Q: What is a1 for the arithmetic series with s7 equals 287 and d equals 12?

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0.5

An identity (in decimal arithmetic). 12 + 4/8 = 12 + 1/2 = 12 + 0.5 = 12.5

Series circuit? Add 'em!

The sequence 216 12 23 is neither arithmetic nor geometric.

2125000feet x 12 = 25,500,000inches divide by 39.4 inches in a metre = 647208.1218 metres I hope my arithmetic is correct.

Ryan's Hope - 1975 1-287 was released on: USA: 12 August 1976

U1 = a = 12 U2 = a + 1*d = 12 - 2 = 10 U3 = a + 2*d = 12 - 4 = 8 U4 = a + 3*d = 12 - 6 = 6 U5 = a + 4*d = 12 - 8 = 4

An arithmetic series does not have a constant rate of change, so there is none.

By using modulo (also known as clock) arithmetic. In this type of arithmetic, when the modulus is reached, the counting restarts back at zero - it is the same as the remainder when the number is divided by the modulus. In the case of this question, the modulus is 12: (11 + 2) MOD 12 = 13 MOD 12 13 ÷ 12 = 1 r 1 → 13 MOD 12 = 1 → (11 + 2) MOD 12= 1 (9 + 5) MOD 12 = 14 MOD 14 14 ÷ 12 = 1 r 2 → 14 MOD 12 = 2 → (9 + 5) MOD 12 = 2

Arithmetic

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What minus 6 equals 12 is 18

30

It is neither.

y = 3x = 12y = 12

If 6a divided by 2 equals 12 then A equals

48 divided by 12 equals 4. 48/12 = 4

661

6 +6 = 12

It equals exactly 12 pounds!

I-15/us 12/us 287

3x-4x=12 that means -x equals 12 so x equals -12

In modulo 12 arithmetic.

12, 6, 0, -6, ...

12 equals 3x(4) equals 6x(2) equals (12)x1