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Step-by-step explanation:

Hi student, let me help you out!

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First, let's take a look at the common ratio, which is 3.

Common ratio ===> the amount we multiply or divide by to obtain the next term in a geometric sequence.

Now that we know the common ratio, let's divide 12 by the common ratio, 3. This gives us 4, which is the missing term

Hope this helped you out, ask in comments if any queries arise.

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Step-by-step explanation:

4*3=12

12*3=36

36*3=108
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