There is no set equation for finding the nth term of a non- linear sequence. You have to go through a procedure to find the equation suitable for your given sequence. You would have to post the equation itself or re phrase your question for the answer.
"Non-linear sequence" is a generic term for just about ANY sequence, each of which will have a different equation.
Find the formula of it.
6n-5 is the nth term of this sequence
123456789 * * * * * The nth term is 3n
i dont get it
The nth term is Un = a + (n-1)*d where a = U1 is the first term, and d is the common difference.
The nth term of the sequence is 2n + 1.
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
The nth term is (36 - 4n)
A single number, such as -3052 cannot define a sequence and, without a sequence you cannot have an nth term.
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.
Three or more terms of a sequence are needed in order to find its nth term.
The nth term in this sequence is 4n + 3.
The difference between successive terms in an arithmetic sequence is a constant. Denote this by r. Suppose the first term is a. Then the nth term, of the sequence is given by t(n) = (a-r) + n*r or a + (n-1)*r
The single number 37111519 does not comprise a sequence.A single number such as 37111519 does not constitute a sequence and so there can be no nth term.
It depends on how the sequence is defined. Whether it is increasing, decreasing, oscillating or whatever is not relevant.
The Nth term in the series is [ 2N ] .
A single number, such as 491625 does not define a sequence and so cannot have an nth term.
A single number, such as 15131197 does not constitute a sequence, and so there cannot be an nth term.
Well, it would depend what the sequence was...? If the sequence was 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20, then the 9th term would be 18!
The following is the answer.
nth term Tn = arn-1 a = first term r = common factor
One of the infinitely many possible rules for the nth term of the sequence is t(n) = 4n - 1