(a)200 (b)210 (c)215 (d)229 (e)232
(a)200 (b)210 (c)215 (d)229 (e)232
Find the sum of the first seven terms of the sequence. 3, 3/2, 3/4,... 3/8, 3/16, 3/32, 3/64 So i get that the LCM is 64 but how do i find the sum of all the 3's? ...
an=-n2;a15
I need help finding the next terms after 2^k-1
Find a general term an for each sequence, whose first four terms are given. 3, 7, 11, 15 ------------------------------------------------------- Q:...
an=100-7n;a50
what is the next number in this sequence
the unit is sequence and i have to have the equation in explicit form, and know how to plug. but i get stuck there. A1= 2462 is the first year they open of students.
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.........
...in the first column and the mass remaining in the second column. Which type of sequence is used in the first column and in the second column? I do not know where to begin on solving...
a3 is 59 and a7 is 103 enter only the term
13,-5,-35,-77,... enter the terms separated by a comma
-17,-22,-27,-32,... an=?
a3 is24 and a5 is 96
find the sum of s100 for An= 5n+3
f(1)=6, f(n)=1/f(n-1) for n>2
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 home? complete the sequence below, the numbers...