I need to find the sum of a finite series, ∑, 14, n=1 (n2/3 + n/4) The answer needs to expressed as an integer or fraction.
I need to find the sum of a finite series, ∑, 14, n=1 (n2/3 + n/4) The answer needs to expressed as an integer or fraction.
S21for 23+20+17+14+.....
a1 =8, a2=-3, and an=2an-1+an-2 for n≥3 enter the terms separated by commas
-121,-108,-95,-82
3/2,3/4,3/83/16.........
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a3 is 59 and a7 is 103 enter only the term
a3 is24 and a5 is 96
13,-5,-35,-77,... enter the terms separated by a comma
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There are two unmarked buckets by a stream. There are two unmarked buckets by a stream. the buckets hold 19 and 8 gallons of water respectively. How can 14 gallons of water be obtained, to take...
f(1)=6, f(n)=1/f(n-1) for n>2
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find three consecutive numbers whose sum is 60. I tried this problem and keep getting it wrong. Please help!
Completely lost