a trend in math is a pattern or sequence.
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median means to find the middle number of a sequence which is in order
A hailstorm sequence is when the sequence bounces around between numbers before it terminates.
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It's the Average, or all the numbers in a sequence added up and then divided by the amount of numbers.
The term nth in math means some item in a sequence; n stands for number, so if you have a sequence with a first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth (etc) item, you can also talk about the nth item, which is some item at some unspecified location in this sequence.
A term in math usually refers to a # in a arithmetic/geometric sequence
A sequence is a function with domain a set of successive integers
A sequence is an ordered set of numbers. There may be a rule governing the sequence such that, if you know the numbers in the sequence up to a particular point, the rule will allow you to deduce the value of the next number in the sequence. That rule - if it exists - is the sequential pattern.