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**Summary::**Two parallel lines (same slope) - one intersects the y-axis, and the other doesn't.

Trying to find the intersection of either with a given geometric sequence.

The lines are:

y=mx

y=mx+1

The values on one or the other of the lines - but not both simultaneously - are to be

**completely**divisible by 2 (end result to be 1). To find out which, I consider an intersection of these with the geometric sequence below.

The geometric sequence:

x

_{n}=2

^{n}

Is this a workable approach?

Have I made this too murky?

Please let me know.

Thanks in advance.

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