Try It! 1.2.3Identify each sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither arithmetic nor geometric. If thesequence is arithmetic, give a common difference. If it is geometric, give the common ratio.For each sequence, what are the next two terms?Show all of the steps you use to determine the answer1.2, 6, 18, 54, 162, . . .The process I took in order to identify the answer was by finding the pattern that might fit withthe corresponding numbers. I started with adding different numbers but it wouldn’t fit with theincoming numbers. But then, using various techniques, I came up with multiplying the previousnumber by three, resulting in an incoming number being correct. For the next two terms, Ireached the number 486 and 1458 and for the process, I multiply the answer by 3. The sequence Iencounter with this number was a geometric sequence knowing we are getting involved withmultiplying by the same number(Ratio: 3) to generate the next number.