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No,, they do not. Why would anyone have two operations that are the same?

Goemetric sequence : A sequence is a goemetric sequence if an/an-1is the same non-zero number for all natural numbers greater than 1. Arithmetic sequence : A sequence {an} is an arithmetic sequence if an-an-1 is the same number for all natural numbers greater than 1.

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That's an arithmetic sequence.

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No,, they do not. Why would anyone have two operations that are the same?

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the order of precedence This answer is incorrect and I was graded as being wrong on an Excel exam for not defining it as Order of Operations. Though technically that is what order of operations is and a set of Excel online Flashcards had the same answer being Order of Precedence. Precedence Order is more commanly called Order of Operations, I do believe

Goemetric sequence : A sequence is a goemetric sequence if an/an-1is the same non-zero number for all natural numbers greater than 1. Arithmetic sequence : A sequence {an} is an arithmetic sequence if an-an-1 is the same number for all natural numbers greater than 1.

A race condition is an undesirable situation that occurs when a device or system attempts to perform two or more operations at the same time, but because of the nature of the device or system, the operations must be done in the proper sequence in order to be done correctly.

That's an arithmetic sequence.

An arithmetic sequence

A static sequence: for example a geometric sequence with common ratio = 1.

Arithmetic Sequence

Arithmetic Sequence