An arithmetic sequence is given for each question below whose initial term a and common difference d are also given. What is the firth term? (1) a = 6; d = -2 (2) a = sqrt{2}; d = sqrt{2}
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Originally Posted by magentarita An arithmetic sequence is given for each question below whose initial term a and common difference d are also given. What is the firth term? (1) a = 6; d = -2 (2) a = sqrt{2}; d = sqrt{2} To find the nth term, , in an arithmetic sequence, use the following formula: , where the first term is and the common difference is (1) (2)
Originally Posted by masters To find the nth term, , in an arithmetic sequence, use the following formula: , where the first term is and the common difference is (1) (2) Your easy steps and guidance has increased my understanding of precalculus. I hope you will help me when I enter calculus 1 not too long from now.
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