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What is the next term 1.5...2.75.....4.... and what did you do to get that term?

what term is formed by multiplying a term in a sequence by a fixed number to find the next term

To get the next term, triple the present term and add 1 . The next term after 40 is 121 .

If you mean: 7 18 29 40 then the next term is 40+11 = 51

The next term is 939.Each term is one less than (4 times the previous term).

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What is the next term 1.5...2.75.....4.... and what did you do to get that term?

what term is formed by multiplying a term in a sequence by a fixed number to find the next term

From what I know, it is just called "next term in sequence" For a unknown term, just call it the "nth term".

To get the next term, triple the present term and add 1 . The next term after 40 is 121 .

an equation that shows how to calculate the value of the next term in a sequence from the value of the current term

Long term goals?? next few months?? which is it?? Long term or next few months ?? A long term goal may be to steadily strive for success and over the next few months I would hope to have a better plan on how to achieve success.

If you mean: 7 18 29 40 then the next term is 40+11 = 51

The next term is 939.Each term is one less than (4 times the previous term).

The term next step usually means that one is about to continue on to another stage in life. One could use the term as "so what's the next step?" meaning what are we going to do next?

In order to answer that, we would need to know the rule that gets you from oneterm to the next. And if you don't tell us what the rule is, then we would need atleast three consecutive terms in order to figure it out. We don't have any of that,so we're free to choose any rule, and every rule results in a different answer to thequestion, so there's a possibility of an infinite number of different correct answers.To put it another way, I've got a feeling that if you pick any number at all, a rulecan be found that makes it a correct answer to the question.Examples:-- First term is 14. (Add 1 to a term to get the next one.)-- First term is 8. (Add 2 to a term to get the next one.)-- First term is -4 . (Add 4 to a term to get the next one.)-- First term is 0.3125 . (Double a term to get the next one.)-- First term is 237.549864 . (The next term is 10(0.01 xthis term) .)-- First term is 358.88544 . (Divide a term by the Golden Ratio to get the next one.)

They could be 5, 16 and 8 because if a previous term was even then half the next term but if the previous term was odd then treble it and add one to the next term.

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