13 Answered Questions for the topic Terms

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07/02/20

#### How many terms are there? 8x-2y+y-4

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11/09/18

#### could you help me out i don't under stand this

Write the first ten terms of a sequence whose first term is -10 and whose common difference is -2.

04/08/17

#### What's the 300th term?

Each term in a sequence of numbers is greater than the term before it and the difference between any 2 consecutive terms is constant. If the 15th and 20th terms in the sequence are 6 and 16...
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02/19/16

#### Probability And Polynomial Help?

1.) If I have two die what's the probability of getting P(rolling a 4 or lower)? T
2.) What's the second term in the polynomial: (2x-1)^5 ?
a. -160x^5b. -16x^4c. -80x^4d. -10x^4e....
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#### What is the total number of pencils that the students brought to class?

Five-sixths of the 24 students in a math class each brought one pencil to class. The rest of the students each brought two pencils. What is the total number of pencils that the students brought to...
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#### Find the first terms of the sequence given the following recursive formula

a1 =8, a2=-3, and an=2an-1+an-2 for n≥3
enter the terms separated by commas

03/30/15

#### What is the sum of the arithmetic sequence 140, 134, 128..., if there are 33 terms?

What is the sum of the arithmetic sequence 140, 134, 128..., if there are 33 terms?Choose one answer.A. 1,364 B. 1,408 C. 1,452 D. 1,496

03/30/15

#### What is the sum of the arithmetic sequence 3, 11, 19 ..., if there are 26 terms?

What is the sum of the arithmetic sequence 3, 11, 19 ..., if there are 26 terms?Choose one answer.A. 1,222 B. 1,261 C. 2,486 D. 2,678

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03/26/15

#### I am confused about how to distinguish terms

Are terms separated by addition or subtraction signs? Are they only separated by addition signs?

03/18/15

#### Need help with expressions/terms

how do you combine terms? If possible can someone please tell me how to combine these?
12f - 3f
7.5g + 3.5g
180h + 35j
3/4k + 1/4k
7m + m
5n +n

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01/30/15

#### Rewrite the following in terms of “a”: y=xe^((a/vw) )

Can someone help me with this one please.
Rewrite the following in terms of “a”: y=xe(a/vw)
I'm not sure of the steps on how to achieve the correct answer.

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04/26/14

#### help finding terms

1. write the first three terms of the expansion of (a - b)^6
2. what are the last three terms of (a - b)^7
thanks

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