Help with SAT Math problem
Just did a practice test and only missed 3(still working on math),but I can't get the hang of this problem
The first term of a certain sequence is -2 and the second term is -4. Every term after the second term is obtained by dividing the sum of the previous two terms by 2. For example, the third term of the sequence is (-4)+(-2)/2= -3. What is the sixth term of this sequence?
It seemed easy but maybe I'm just confused by "... dividing the sum of the previous two terms by 2.. "