### Definition of Geometric progression

1. Noun. (mathematics) a progression in which each term is multiplied by a constant in order to obtain the next term. "1-4-16-64-256- is the start of a geometric progression"

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### Definition of Geometric progression

1. Noun. (analysis) A sequence in which each term except the first is obtained from the previous by multiplying it by a constant value, known as the common ratio of the geometric progression. ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Geometric Progression

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### Literary usage of Geometric progression

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1. College Algebra: With Applications by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1916)
"Let a be the first term of the geometric progression and let r be the common ... Sum of a geometric progression of n terms. Let us denote by Sn the sum of a ..."

2. Elementary Algebra by John Henry Tanner (1904)
"geometric progression 195. ' Definitions and notation. A series in which the quotient of any term (after the first) divided by the next preceding term is ..."

3. A Treatise on the Elements of Algebra by Bewick Bridge (1839)
"Again, let a, or, ar3, be any three quantities in geometric progression, ... The differences of quantities in geometric progression are also in continued ..."

4. A Treatise on the Elements of Algebra by Bewick Bridge (1841)
"Again, let a, ar, ar2, be any three quantities in geometric progression, ... The differences of quantities in geometric progression are also in continued ..."

5. Essentials of Algebra: For Secondary Schools by Webster Wells (1897)
"geometric progression. 342. A geometric progression is a series of terms ... Thus, 2, 6, 18, 54, 162, •••is a geometric progression in which the ratio is 3. ..."