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find the sum of the arithmetic sequence having the data given. a1 = 5, an = 3, n = 20

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  1. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Do you know which formula to apply?

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    I have no idea, I missed a few days of class and I came back to a whole new lesson. Kinda just tryin to get caught up right now

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    S_n = n ( a_1 + a_n ) / 2

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    chloro right

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    Do you know how to plug in?

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    nuh uh :/

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  7. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Try a1 = ?

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    that easy

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    i can prove formula

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  10. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Just go step by step!

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    no, sum sequense have formula, not step by step

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    @Adam1994 pls let me know a1?

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    a1=5

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    a_n?

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    ok, i know a litle english

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    a_n = 3

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  17. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Would you double check this problem, I believe it's wrong!

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  18. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Since n = 20 => we're looking for S_20

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    S_20 = 20 ( a_1 + a_20 ) / 2

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  20. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Anyway, this is the formula for arithmetic Sum, just memorize it for your own benefit!

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