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azaiah808
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Tell whether each sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Find the next three terms of each sequence. Write a rule to describe the sequence.
6, 11, 16, 21, ... (1 point)
26, 33, 38; arithmetic; Start with 5 and add 6 repeatedly.
26, 31, 36; arithmetic; Start with 6 and add 5 repeatedly.
26, 31, 36; geometric; Start with 6 and add 5 repeatedly.
26, 33, 38; geometric; Start with 5 and add 6 repeatedly.
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azaiah808 Group Title
Tell whether each sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Find the next three terms of each sequence. Write a rule to describe the sequence. 6, 11, 16, 21, ... (1 point) 26, 33, 38; arithmetic; Start with 5 and add 6 repeatedly. 26, 31, 36; arithmetic; Start with 6 and add 5 repeatedly. 26, 31, 36; geometric; Start with 6 and add 5 repeatedly. 26, 33, 38; geometric; Start with 5 and add 6 repeatedly.
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Arithmetic sequences add a particular number repeatedly to keep getting the next number in the sequence. Geometric sequences do the same thing except you're always multiplying the same number. Sequences that are neither...well, do neither! See if there's a common difference or common ratio between the given terms.
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