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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

can anyone help with series/sequences

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  1. anonymous
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    SOMEBODY PLEASE IM DESPERATE I NEED HELP

  2. anonymous
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    what is it?

  3. anonymous
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    alg 2 sequences can u help? what math/grade r u

  4. anonymous
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    ap cal

  5. anonymous
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    oh wow. can u do something like this? write the rule for each sequence. -1, 2, 7, 14, 23

  6. anonymous
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    oh with .... after it

  7. anonymous
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    hello???

  8. anonymous
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    ....???

  9. anonymous
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    you need the sigma e sign first

  10. anonymous
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    oh i dont think so it just wants the rule

  11. anonymous
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    the bottom of it should be -1

  12. anonymous
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    the first term is -1, first term = square one and subtract 2. (1)^2 -2 = -1 second term is 2 second term = square two and subtract 2. (2)^2 -2 = 2 third term is 7 third term = square three and subtract 2. (3)^2 - 2= 7 so it seems like (number of term)^2 -2

  13. anonymous
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    thank you

  14. anonymous
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    no problem

  15. anonymous
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    wait elouis?

  16. anonymous
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    how did you know to do that though? did u just guess or something

  17. anonymous
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    ???????

  18. anonymous
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    my stuff wont send on chat ny ny

  19. NY,NY
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    surfdude come to group chat young idily is talking bout you

  20. NY,NY
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    oh

  21. anonymous
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    u tyiping?

  22. anonymous
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    yeah you look at the difference, and difference of the difference for your example -1,2,7,14,23 the difference between first and second term is 3 and second third is 4 and third fourth is 7 and fourth and fifth is 9 it doesn't look linear, meaning not increasing by a multiple. so you guess a geometric progression next, meaning a square or cube.

  23. anonymous
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    ok thanks

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