I have to find an expression for the nth term for all these sequences and write the expressions in the form where , , exists on integers.
Here are the sequences:
, , , , , ,
, , , , , ,
I don't know where to begin or how to approach this. Help?
I have to find an expression for the nth term for all these sequences and write the expressions in the form where , , exists on integers.
Here are the sequences:
, , , , , ,
, , , , , ,
I don't know where to begin or how to approach this. Help?
I just have one last question.
I have to obtain the third answer from the first two answers.
and must some how be calculated to get .
I know that and and . I also recognize that the bases in the first 2 logarithms, 4 which is , and 8, which is , must have a connection with the last one, 32, which is . I can't seem to figure it out though.