Q: What is the nth term for 4 16 36 64?

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If you mean: 2 4 8 16 32 64 it is 2^nth term and so the next number is 128

The nth term in the sequence means an unspecified number an unspecified distance along the series. 8 16 32 64 128... n. It is also a shothand notation so the reader knows that the sequence continues.

36/64 = 9/16

It all depends what the next term(s) would be, however the simplest would be t(n) = 4n².

The answer is 128/(2^(n-1)) if the 1st term is 128. The divisor is found by the realization that these are decreasing powers of two.

The 8th term is 64. The sequence is the squares of the counting numbers. The nth term is given by t(n) = nÂ².

Had it not been for 64, the nth term would be given by t(n) = 3*n2 However, this cannot be the case because then t(4) would have been 48, not 64.

The GCF of 36 and 64 is 4. 36/64 = 9/16

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42

There is no pattern

the geometric formula for 4 16 36 64 and 100 is 4

36/64 in simplest form is 9/16

Un = 4n - 68

576

27 because it doesn't have an even square root. 42=16 - 62=36 - 82=64 - 92=81

16/64 = 1/4

The pattern for the nth term is n3. Therefore, the fourth term in the sequence is equal to 43 = 64.

16/64 = 1/16 so the lowest termis 16

Reducing squares 100 = 10² 81 = 9² 64 = 8² 49 = 7² 36 = 6² so next is 25 = 5² ---------------------------------- For the given pattern the nth term (n = 1 to 5) is given by: t(n) = n² - 22n + 121

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64 is a multiple of 16, and 81 is a multiple of 27, so I'd say that 36 is the odd one out.

9/16

It is: 9 to 16

9/16

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