Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 36

While the library does not provide tutoring, I can point you in the direction of some helpful resources.

If you visit our Credo Reference database (linked below) and search "geometric progression" (use the ""), you will find some entries that explain the concept.

If you visit our EBSCO eBooks and search the same phrase, you will find some books that discuss the topic. To find entries on that, click the title link then the full text link in the detailed record. Once in the book, you can click the magnifying glass icon to search within the book.

As a COM student you can access a new service called NetTutor. I've included the link, which provides instructions on how to log on. From there, you can have tutoring sessions, ask questions, etc.

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