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A piece of paper has an area of \( 256 cm ^ { 2 } ...

A piece of paper has an area of \( 256 cm ^ { 2 } \) . A strip is cut off that is \( \frac { 1 } { 4 } \) the original area. From that strip, another strip is cut off that is \( \frac { 1 } { 4 } \) the area of the first, and so on. Here is a graph and table representing sequence \( k \) , where \( k ( n ) \) is the area in square centimeters of the strip of paper after n cuts. (See question at the bottom in Blue.) 

Write an \(n^{th} \)term equation to define sequence \( k ( n )\) 

Answer

\(k(n)= 256\times (\frac{1}{8} )^{n- 1}\)

Solución
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