Find the general term, in simplified form...
(exponent 10) and (exponent 13)
for the first one I got an answer of (exponent 20) and the second one is (exponent 13) ....but what I can't get is the included for both of the answers
Find the general term, in simplified form...
(exponent 10) and (exponent 13)
for the first one I got an answer of (exponent 20) and the second one is (exponent 13) ....but what I can't get is the included for both of the answers
One first thing: to write a long exponent, use curly brackets (like {10}) around it. You can click on the formulas in the corrected quote above to see how I changed it.
As for your question, the general formula is for but when you have (like here), this is , hence the general term is , hence the .