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ID: GRE-QCQ-6
Section: Quantitative Reasoning - Comparison
Topics: Number Properties; Pattern; Sequence; Summation of Series
Difficulty level: Challenging

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The sequence a1,a2,a3,an, is such that a1=-2,a2=-5,a3=4,a4=3,andan=an-4forn>4.

  • Quantity A

    The sum of the first 64 terms of the sequence

  • Quantity B

    The sum of the first 98 terms of the sequence

AQuantity A is greater.
BQuantity B is greater.
CThe two quantities are equal.
DThe relationship cannot be determined from the information given.