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Successive Differences 
20170406 

From Twaha: Please find the equation of the sequence 1 2 4 7 11 16 22 Answered by Penny Nom. 





A pattern rule for a sequence 
20161028 

From Grace: Here's a Grade 7 question, we need to find the pattern rule:
1  1
2  3
3  6
4  10
......
It may involve exponents, but we can't seem to figure it out.
thank you.
Grace. Answered by Penny Nom. 





A sequence 
20160105 

From Mia: the next three terms in each sequence. 0.4, 0.54, 0.68, 0.82, Answered by Penny Nom. 





Successive differences 
20090618 

From Jonathan: I'm trying to find the next number sequence for this equation: 1 11 35 79 149 251, my problem is that I worked it out and ended up with a single number 17. What am I doing wrong. Thank you for any help. Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom. 





3,6,10,15,and 21 
20080928 

From jarred: i am currently stumped on a math project that requires me to find out the recursive formula for a sequence of numbers. the numbers in the sequence are 3,6,10,15,and 21. Thank you for your time. Answered by Walter Whiteley. 





The nth term 
20071018 

From shannon: Ok , what i am having problems with is the nth term. I get how the numbers come together, but i am having trouble with finding the nth term. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Find the next 3 terms of the sequence 
20070207 

From rose: find the next 3 terms of the sequence 2,3,9,23,48,87 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Sums and differences 
20040210 

From David: The sum of two whole numbers is 63. The difference between the numbers is 10. Find all the possible pairs. Answered by Claude Tardif and Penny Nom. 





Finite differences 
20030210 

From Jenny:
I need to find a formula that will work with any number. I am finding the volume of a 3d cross shape. Here are my results so far:
Term Number 0 1 2 3 4 5
nth term 1 7 25 63 129 231
1rst diff 6 18 38 66 102
2nd diff 12 20 28 36
3rd diff 8 8 8
I can't seem to find a formula that will work with any number. Any help would be much appreciated. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Successive differences 
20020120 

From Linsey: what is the rule for working out the formula for a sequence with three lines of difference? eg.
1, 3, 7, 15, 29
1st line differences: 2, 4, 8, 14
2nd line differences: 2, 4, 6
3rd line differences: 2, 2 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Finite differences 
20011008 

From Murray: My name is Murray and I am a 10th grade student. Me and my friend have recently discovered and proved a theorem of a relitively advanced nature. It is that the the nth difference of an nth degree equation = n! times the coefficient of the highest power. One of my teachers said this theorem is part finite and that she thinks she has seen it before, but she does not remember what it is called, at what level it is taught, who discovered it or when it was invented. I would greatly appretiate answers to any of these questions. Answered by Chris Fisher. 





Finding a rule for a sequence 
19990217 

From Lindsey Masters: I'm doing a maths investigation and i have a sequence which goes: 13,16,25,32,45,56,73. Our teacher told us we have to find a rule by looking at the differences of the terms until we find a constant. The first differences are: 3,9,7,13,11,17. The differences of these are: ...... Please could you tell me how to work it out so that I could work out the rules of similar sequences. Answered by Penny Nom. 





What's the next term? 
19981112 

From Ilia: What the formula and explonation for formula for next patterns: 1) 1, 4, 10, 20, 35, 56, 84,... 2) 0, 6, 30, 90, 210, 420,... Thanks! Answered by Penny Nom. 


