Give the simple formula for the nth term of the following arithmetic sequence. Your answer will be of the form an + b.12, 16, 20, 24, 28, ...
Tn=4n+16 If you see, it goes like 20, 24,28,..... So, Tn is just equal to 20+(n-1)4, with first term=20, common difference=4
7 - 4n where n denotes the nth term and n starting with 0
We don't see a question like that very often at all. You've said "the following ..." twice in your question. "The following ... " means "I'm about to show you the item". In your question, there are supposed to be both a list of choices AND an arithmetic sequence "following" the question, but neither one is there. We don't stand a chance!
There is no simple answer because the position of the missing number is not known. Furthermore, it is not clear whether the sequence is an arithmetic, geometric or some other sequence.
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First, count how much is between each number in the sequence. That is the number you will put in front of the x. 4,5,6,7,8... y=1x+b Secondly, solve for b. In this case x=1 then b must be 3 to make it work.
Yes. Even most simple ones use more than one arithmetic operator.
If the formula for additional terms was the summation of the term before it, the nth term of the series would be the sum of all terms prior. In other words it would be the summation of a through n minus 1.
The one which says: tn = t(n-1) - 4, t0 = 7 or tn = 7 - 4n (for n ≥ 0).
There is no simple answer because there is no simple rule for primes: it is certainly NOT an arithmetic progression.
There is a simple formula in mathematics (scientific term: Arithmetic, most specifically the devil's). That formula is very simple to remember, as well! It is the CubeRoot(Mb(2/2+1-1)^3)
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Arithmetic is my favourite subject in school. Arithmetic is the simplest form of mathematics. Adding, subracting, multiplying and dividing are all parts of simple arithmetic.
If you want to ask questions about the "following", then I suggest that you make sure that there is something that is following.If you want to ask questions about the "following", then I suggest that you make sure that there is something that is following.
Assuming each term is 3 MORE than the previous term t(n) = -13 + 3*n where n = 1, 2, 3, ...
With a suitable choice of the generating rule, any number of your choice can be next.A simple polynomial, though isUn = (n3 - 8n2 + 11n + 36)/2 for n = 1, 2, 3, etc which gives the next number in the sequence as another 8.
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The correct spelling of the term is arithmetic(simple math).
Simple. The sequence of amino acids in a protein is called the amino acid sequence.
yes it is simple to
1, 4, 7, 10, 13, ... (Arithmetic sequence, start with 1, add 3 for each successive term);10, 5, 2.5, 1.25, 0.625, ... (Geometric sequence, start with 10, halve for each successive term);2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, ... (Prime numbers, no simple rule).
It was used to make complicated math simple.
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