Ive been working through a book and got most questions until i got to these, and i am just in a rut do not have the skills to get out of it, please help guys. Thanks

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- January 17th 2011, 02:43 PMMathswomanHelp Please, in a rut.
Ive been working through a book and got most questions until i got to these, and i am just in a rut do not have the skills to get out of it, please help guys. Thanks

- January 17th 2011, 03:24 PMpickslides
Have you tried these?

Post your workings, I'm interested on what you have done. - January 17th 2011, 03:32 PMMathswoman
I just cant do it i dont understand how to make this into maths that i can work out, ive did the others and these i cant get i dont know i just cant think of it in my head.

- January 17th 2011, 03:35 PMMathswoman
Ive tryed, i justt have no clue what to do because it's all abstract math if you know what i mean

- January 17th 2011, 03:40 PMpickslides
This might help

Read #8, #11

http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...hp?do=vsarules - January 17th 2011, 04:35 PMSoroban
Hello, Mathswoman!

I'll get you started . . .

#12 is a matter of Observation . . . look and see the pattern.

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12. Write down the difference between consecutive pairs of term in the sequence

and describe the new sequence that has been found.

(a) Square numbers.

The differences are consecutive odd numbers.

. . The difference is: .

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(b) Triangular Numbers

The differences are consecutive integers.

. . The difference is: .

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(c) Powers of two

The differences are consecutive powers of 2.

. . The difference is: .

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(d) Powers of three

The differences are twice a power of 3..

. . The difference is: .

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(e) Fibonacci numbers

The differences are consecutive Fibonacci numbers.

. . The difference is: .