2n-1 to the tenth term = 1
The nth term of the sequence is 2n + 1.
2n+4/2 term 1 = 3 term 2 = 4 term 3 = 5 term 4 = 6
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.
Ok, take the formula dn+(a-d) this is just when having a sequence with a common difference dn+(a-d) when d=common difference, a=the 1st term, n=the nth term - you have the sequence 2, 4, 6, 8... and you want to find the nth term therefore: dn+(a-d) 2n+(2-2) 2n Let's assume you want to find the 5th term (in this case, the following number in the sequence) 2(5) = 10 (so the fifth term is 10)
(Term)n = 59 - 2n
You need an equation for the nth term of the sequence, or some other means of identifying the sequence. In general, they will be a+n, a+2n, a+3n and a+4n although some go for a, a+n, a+2n and a+3n.
The nth term is 2n+5 and so the next number is 17
The Nth term in the series is [ 2N ] .
What is the value of the 8th term of the sequence 4, 8, 16, 32,?what is the answers?1,024,512,128or2,048.
the sequence is Un=2n2
It is: 27-2n
2n + 4m - 2n + m = 5m
n = 1, 2n = 2 n = 2, 2n = 4 n = 3, 2n = 6 2, 4, 6, ..., 2n where n = 1, 2, 3, ... This is an arithmetic sequence, where the first term is 2 and the common difference is 2.
(1/2n-r)2+((n2+2n)/4) where n is the row number and r is the position of the term in the sequence
The nth term would be -2n+14 nth terms: 1 2 3 4 Sequence:12 10 8 6 This sequence has a difference of -2 Therefore it would become -2n. Replace n with 1 and you would get -2. To get to the first term you have to add 14. Therefore the sequence becomes -2n+14. To check your answer replace n with 2, 3 or 4. You will still obtain the number in the sequence that corresponds to the nth term. :)
Un = 2n + 2 is one possible answer.
2n plus 4 = 2n + 4
By "the nth term" of a sequence we mean an expression that will allow us to calculate the term that is in the nth position of the sequence. For example consider the sequence 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,... The pattern is easy to see. # The first term is two. # The second term is two times two. # The third term is two times three. # The fourth term is two times four. # The tenth term is two times ten. # the nineteenth term is two times nineteen. # The nth term is two times n. In this sequence the nth term is 2n.
Let, n=10 2n+1=? 2(10)+1= 21