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    Geometric Progression

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    A geometric progression has first term log_2 27 and common ratio log_2 y, find the set of values of y for which the geometric progression has a sum to infinity.

    My logic:

    If sum to infinity exists then 1- log_2 y > 0

    - log_2 y > -1

    log_2 y < 1

    y< 2^1

    y< 2

    Where next?

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