a add b divide by n, add b divide by n, add b divide by n.....recurring?
Teachers doesn't ask a specific question but requires an investigation into this...anyone have an idea where to start? I have tried using different types of denominators as well as lower or higher numerators but no recurring pattern emerges.
Crank out the first few terms and look for a pattern . . .add , divide by ,
. . . add , divide by ,
. . . add , divide by . . . recurring.
With no instructions, I will assume we want the term of the sequence.
. . Note that
The term seems to be: .
The geometric series has the sum: . . for