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A small neucleotide sequence is CGGGTACGAAT its complimentry sequence is GCCCATGCTTA

The sun is a main sequence star

A static sequence: for example a geometric sequence with common ratio = 1.

Example sentence - It would be difficult to describe the sequence of events if I didn't explain why I was there to begin with.

Yes, it is.

The answer depends on the sequence. The ratio of terms in the Fibonacci sequence, for example, tends to 0.5*(1+sqrt(5)), which is phi, the Golden ratio.

A numerical sequence is a set of ordered numbers. That is all! For example, stochastic sequences are random.

The sequence of amino acids made up the protein.

A sequence is an ordered set. They may consist of numbers or letters, there may or may not be a rule (for example, in a random sequence), it may be finite or infinite.

Sequence refers to the pattern or order in a group or process. Example: Order of a group of numbers. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Bases A and T link together and C and G link together. If your DNA sequence was, for example, ATCGAGT your RNA sequence would be TAGCTCA.

the order in which things happen in the story

sequence signals are signals that are used to arrange events in proper order...! for example..the teacher is in a wrong grammar..!

Sequences are a group of numbers that follow a certain pattern. There are two kinds of sequences, the arithematic sequence and geometric sequence. Arithematic sequence follows through addition (and subtraction). Geometric sequence follows throug multiplication (and division). Arithematic Sequence Example : 1, 6, 11, 16, 21 The pattern follows an addition of 5. Geometric Sequence Example : 1, 3, 9, 27, 81 The pattern follows a multiplication of 3

arithmetic sequence. for example: 4,8,12,16 is an arithmetic sequence because it is 4+4+4+4. hope this helps!

Our Sun is a main sequence star, as too are most of the stars you can see. There are exceptions, Betelgeuse, Antares are a few but the majority are Main Sequence Stars.

A spatial sequence refers to a set of events separated in space - irrespective of their separation in time. A time sequence is the other way around. Sequences need not repeat themselves, but are more interesting to many people if they are. An example of a repeating spatial sequence may be the pattern of bricks in a wall. The pattern repeats itself after some distance. An example of a repeating time sequence is the seasons of the year.

The sun, our sun is an example of a main sequence star. G2 category. Very common.

Look at the entry of What_is_the_Pascal%27s_Triangle

The mode is the number that appears most often in a sequence. Example: 2222222222434389382222948749387 In that sequence, 2 would be the mode.

It is any sequence of numbers. For example: 1 3 5 7 9 11 .... - this is the sequence of odd numbers. 1 4 65 4556 4 3 76 ... - this is probably not a special sequence at all.

No, that would be an example of a translocation.

"A shark peeling a banana before eating it" is a non example - of most anything!