If you mean 3, 6, 9, 12 then the nth term is 3n
Each term is double the previous term and so the next term will be 64
The rule that generates the sequence is Un = 9 + 2n (for n = 1, 2, ...
They are increasing by increments of 4 8 16 32 .... etc
Benjamin is using counters that are normally circular in shape so he will find it difficult to create rectangular shapes so it follows that an algebraic expression is not possible.
Start out by finding the expression that describes the sequence. This is often in the form an + b. Example: Find the 20th term in the following sequence: 3 7 11 ... It appears that 4 is being added to the previous term to make the next term. However, instead of starting at 4, the sequence started at 3. The expression is: 4n - 1 Plug in the 20 to replace n, to give: 4*20 - 1= 79 Answer: The 20th term in the sequence is 79.
N= term number, your equation would be: 2N+2
No. It is a sequence for which the rule is a quadratic expression.
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In an algebraic sequence, that would mean n + 5.
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According to Wittgenstein's Finite Rule Paradox every finite sequence of numbers can be a described in infinitely many ways - some simple, some complicated but all equally valid.So, one possible solution to the question isT(n) = (n4 - 6*n3 + 23*n2 - 18*n + 24)/12 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...
For a coding gene, the sequence of DNA bases describes the amino acid sequence that will result in a protein or enzyme. However, there are many parts of the total genome that do not directly code for proteins. These regions are involved in gene expression regulation.
The Main Sequence
This sequence accurately describes the flow of electrons in photosynthesis: H2O → photosystem II → photosystem I → NADP
It is a 'term'
changes in the DNA sequence
Which one of the following represents the proper sequence of hemostasis
They figured out the DNA sequence from the amino acid sequence
A single number, such as 483672438 does not make a sequence.