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`        in the sequence 1,22,4444,88888888,....then 1025th term will be?`
2 years ago

## Answers : (3)

V. Harshit -
83 Points
```							i dont think the 1025 term will fit in thebox
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2 years ago
Akshita Goyal
17 Points
```							@v harshit no the answer is 2^10.
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2 years ago
Akshay
185 Points
```							@Akshita : Yes you are write 1025th term will be 2^10.sequence= {1,2,2,4,4,4,4,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8......}Note that terms from 2i  to term number (2i+1-1) have the value of 2^i.Ex: i=2, 2^2=4 and 2^3-1=7. So, term number 4 to 7 are = 4//ly i=3, 2^3=8 and 2^4-1=15. so, term number 8 to 15 are =8.Similarly for i=4, term number 16 to 31 are =16.i=10, term number 1024 to 2047 will be equal = 2^10.Sequence is like {1 repeated 1 times, 2^1 repeated 2^1 times, 2^2 repeated 2^2 times, 2^3 repeated 2^3 times and so on}.I believe you have done a mistake in putting commas(,)  in the question
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2 years ago
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