by chipcat 11 years ago
The nth term of a sequence is 3n + 4 what is the 8th term
by mitanev 11 years ago
what is the 6th term of the sequence3, 7, 11, 15...3 = 4 (n-1)
by michaelneLa 3 months ago
What is the general term of 1,2,4,7,11,16,22?Is there any technique how to find the general term? plsss help me.
by Raymond D Choiniere 12 years ago
Can we help her out?
by murhaq 11 years ago
in an arithmetic sequence, the sum of the first ten terms is 125 and the third term is 5. find...the first term and common difference
by Sharlee 4 years ago
My question - President Trump was well known for this statement. "You will get sick of winning." Are you sick of winning? Trump's economy once again this month beats projected unemployment numbers... 18 year low. ...
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