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Name: grant Who is asking: Student Level of the question: Secondary Question: n+7, 2n-0.5, 4n. Find the next 5 terms of each one and explain the sequence in words |
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Hi Grant, Rather than doing one of your homework question I am going to do a similar problem. I am going to look at
The letter n stands for the number of the term in the sequence. For example
So the value of the firsat four terms arre
If you are given the term 3n - 2 and you want the next five terms then these are the terms numbered
Thus the values are
To explain the sequence in words I would say that the value of a term is 3 time the term number minus 2. Thus, for example, the value of the ninth term is
Penny |