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Help please...nth terms and sequences. Front of worksheet - http://s1274.beta.photobucket.com/user/hmp311/media/79DD36AF-4F70-4784-97B5-226A6C409C26-1004-0000027E6A8A60EF_zps090e1c10.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0 Back of worksheet: http://s1274.beta.photobucket.com/user/hmp311/media/DA94FDCA-12B4-4277-83C3-DC247356D86F-1004-0000027D54B7A7B3_zpsca1cd822.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1 (Note: I am to do the odds only - ex. problem 1,3,5....) Thanks

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please help?
whatever @CliffSedge is writing, just know that i give him/her a medal :P
Ok, first look to see how each term follows from the previous one. e.g. 1) -7, -10, -13, -16, ... It seems like each term is 3 less than the one that came before it, so follow that pattern.

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k yummydum
*blushes*
lol cliff
okay,let me take a look
I love you guys. ;-)
lol
so, -19?
would that be the first blank on number one?
done
so i got -19,-22,-25,-28 on no.1
Looks good.
Yay. Onto no.2 Okay, so i try, you check?
i mean 3
-1.25,-1 for the first two?
Are those numbers negative? I can't read the picture so well.
it is 0.25,0.5,0.75,1..
cliff?
Yep, so keep going with that pattern.
ok
Which problem do youn eed help with?
number 9
the odds.
Solve step by step: Let's insert 1 first. y = 3(1) - 1 y = 2 So first term = 2 Insert 2. y = 3(2) -1 y = 5 And so on..
um it says which one fit the sequence
Yes.. so we are going to try insert the values 1,2, 3, 4 and so on..
Ok ill try. i do not get jt
Why? Where are you stuck?
Well, you want me to insert the numbers in each answer choice into the equation
No. Okay. Let me explain you again. Forget everything now
okay
Step 1: Forget that you are given any options. Step 2: You are given an equation. y = 3n -1 Where the value of indicates the term number.. 1, 2, 3, and so on..
yes
Alright, so now: y = 3n - 1 Find the first term: y = 3(1) - 1 y = 2 So first term = 2 ---------------------- Find 2nd term Insert 2. y = 3(2) -1 y = 5 Now find 3rd term
the thirdnterm would be 8?
Perfect.
Now look at your options
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thanks!
dont leave plz brb
lol
k
now onto no.11
can you see it?
11,13,15 3 more problems
I'm going to order a microscope now.
lol
ill zoom in
brb
@saifoo.khan http://s1274.beta.photobucket.com/user/hmp311/media/DA94FDCA-12B4-4277-83C3-DC247356D86F-1004-0000027D54B7A7B3_zpsca1cd822.jpg.html?sort=3&o=2
Q13 is more technical. I'll do that
sorrymy internet froze
@saifoo.khan ok
And sorry i was making some breakfast. :D
lol:D
what about no13?
I can see that each term increases with 0.25. Agree?
Umm no13?
yes
from 2 to 3 it is .25? oh.ok
Yup. So the equation will look like. 0.25n
o ok. thanks, saifoo. let me fill it out, and you check?
(no.13)?
alrite
tnx
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