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I cant see how common-difference and common ratio are not the same in sequences, can you help me understand?
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Common difference is the constant difference between successive terms in a sequence (T2-T1 = T3-T2= ....).

Common ratio is the constant ratio between successive terms in a sequence (T2/T1 = T3/T2 = ...).

Therefore common difference and common ratio are different.
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