Q: What does term to term rule mean in maths?

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In the study of sequences, given a number n, the position to term rule tells you how the nth term of the sequence is calculated.

it means cutting the thing in half eg when u bisect a circle u cut it in half

It means the radius squared.

It means that you need to work much harder.

It means that something is made up of several smaller things.

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In the study of sequences, given a number n, the position to term rule tells you how the nth term of the sequence is calculated.

a maths solution

Usually another word for some frequently used mathematical formula.

It means changing the postitioning of a number into the place of the tern number x

It is the description of a rule which describes how the terms of a sequence are defined in terms of their position in the sequence.

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It Depends if the sequence was 5,7,9,11,13 the term to term rule wud be start at 5 and add 2 each time till you get 13. Hope this helps! :D

It is not a mathematical term - it is not specific enough.

A formula with an equal sign

It is a term used it probability which mean the frequency of something occuring

it means put them in order then the middle number

A term is like term one, two, and three. Like report cards that's why you get three.