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Adam1994

  • 2 years ago

The first term of an arithmetic series is 3 and the 35th term is -65. Find the sum of the series.

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  1. SchoolSlacker
    • 2 years ago
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    1)3....35)-65

  2. SchoolSlacker
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    So -62/35=-1.7714285714285........ Couldnt the rule be minus that number ^ everytime? Probably the worst answer your gonna get but my math's sucks

  3. Adam1994
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    ha I have no idea... but youre getting a medal anyways...

  4. SchoolSlacker
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    lol

  5. SchoolSlacker
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    i actually used my brain it does deserve one :P

  6. Adam1994
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    Haha props to you lol.

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