work it out it's one more than the 8th and one less than the 10th
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The above answer seems to make no sense here.
It is not clear what you mean by a fraction sequence. It is not possible to go through the process for finding the nth term in an arithmetic, geometric or power sequence here.
For school mathematics, sequences of fractions are, in fact composed of two simple sequences. One sequence defines the numerators and the other defines the denominators. In such cases, the nth term of the fraction sequence is the fraction given by the nth term of the numerator sequence divided by the nth term of the denominator sequence.
1/1, 3/4, 5/9, 7/16, 9/25, ...
The numerators are the odd number, with t(n) = 2n-1
The denominators are the squares of natural numbers with u(n) = n2
So, the nth term of the fraction sequence is (2n-1)/n2.
6n-5 is the nth term of this sequence
Find the formula of it.
If the sequence is non-linear, you need to establish how it is defined.
i dont get it
the first 4 terms of the sequence which has the nth term is a sequence of numbers that that goe together eg. 8,12,16,20,24 the nth term would be 4n+4
A single number, such as -3052 cannot define a sequence and, without a sequence you cannot have an nth term.
The nth term is (36 - 4n)
The nth term of the sequence is 2n + 1.
Three or more terms of a sequence are needed in order to find its nth term.
The nth term of a sequence is the general formula for a sequence. The nth term of this particular sequence would be n+3. This is because each step in the sequence is plus 3 higher than the previous step.
The nth term in this sequence is 4n + 3.
A single number, such as 44444, does not define a sequence.
Each number in this sequence is twice the previous number. The nth. term is 2n-1.Each number in this sequence is twice the previous number. The nth. term is 2n-1.Each number in this sequence is twice the previous number. The nth. term is 2n-1.Each number in this sequence is twice the previous number. The nth. term is 2n-1.
It depends on how the sequence is defined. Whether it is increasing, decreasing, oscillating or whatever is not relevant.
A single number, such as 15131197 does not constitute a sequence, and so there cannot be an nth term.
123456789 * * * * * The nth term is 3n
It is: nth term = 35-9n
It is: nth term = 29-7n
A single number, such as 491625 does not define a sequence and so cannot have an nth term.
The question does not contain a sequence but a single large number whose digits are the digits of the sequence, 3n run together. There is only one number, not a sequence, so there is no nth term.
12 - 5(n-1)