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Lol. Stop sorrying already.
yes,sir

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Do you understand nth term?
So for how long your hw was pending? Yesterday me solved lie a million questions.. And more today! D:
lol pending?
I mean, you weren't doing your homework for 2-3 weeks and now your teacher gave you a dead to finish all your pending homework?
no lol
Seems like it.
we are given worksheets everyday
Why zillion questions?!?!
i dunno lol
its 5 qs on the back
Unfortunately, the sad part is.. I have to leave. :D
noooo please!
have mercy on me!
Haha. Say that to your teacher.
i will! but please help!
five qs.
Try calling 911 See here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoTIaRyGzac
:(
please.
Hold on for 2 mins. Will brb. Gotta pray.
okay
*Clears throat*
Alright! Let's begin.
Do i sound like one? lol. ;)
That's cool. Most people on OS are Christians. I'm a Muslim btw.
Alright, so moving along. I want you to learn how to solve them step by step so that you can solve rest of the problems on your own.
Sure it is. ;D
:( okay
Why are you sad? You should be happy im helping you learn. lmao.
Yes,I am, but, what if i do the rest except one and you check?
because,earlier you were going to leave after explaining right?
Question 6. Ask me where you're stuck. 10, 18, 26, 34, 42 T = a + (n-1)d Where a is the first term. n is the term you have to find. And d is the common difference. Step 1. Find d. subtract any 2 adjacent term. Let's say 42 and 34 42-34 = 8 So d =8 Now insert the values in the formula. T = a + (n-1)d
I still have to leave. Will do in 10 mins. Just staying to help you learn.
ok,thanks
reading"
Sure.. take your time. Till then, im going to the kitchen.
ok.
saifoo?
Back!
o ok:)
So?
Umm, im in pre algebra, could you explain it in a simpler way?
But dont you'll be needing the same formula to find term?
I dont know,we were only given this just today
Hey wait! i just found out there is q1-5 too! lol.
Solve that first.
lol yay!!
awwww.you are a strict teacher
lol. Okay. So for "nth" term, there's a formula. T = a + (n-1)d Where a is the first term. n is the term you have to find. And d is the common difference. You have to learn this formula. If you're through till here then i'll move forward.
Okay.
its the same for all of them?
Okay. So what is d? it's the common difference. To find it, subtract any two adjacent terms. Let's say 14 -11 = 3 Hence, d = 3
And yes, it's same for all.
ook.
This is a lifetime formula. Will help you in college too. lol.
let me try no.1
lol
Sure.
I had to sleep at 5. And it's 6:35am. -_- Kill me!
ok. 10+(70-1)8
Wow, nice.
lol. Sorry to hear that, i know what that feels like.
Haha. :/
:S do i write what i typed down?
Write it this way: T_n = a + (n-1)d = 10 + (n-1)8 = 10 + 8n - 8 = 8n + 2 Next, insert 70 in place of n.
what does t mean?
it's just a short form of writing term. just like hmp is the short form of @helpmeplz311
and may i see the link to your tool? i think ive gone there before
lol:D
howd u ever guess? lol
My tool? o_O I have a tool? lol.
lol u said ud found a tool for the qs?
your profile on photobucket is hmp311. lol. that's how i guessed.
lol:D
When did i said that? lol. I forgot. Literally.
look
Where? lol
lol,scroll up..12 mins ago..
See it?
lol. Okay. So for "nth" term, there's a formula. T = a + (n-1)d Where a is the first term. n is the term you have to find. And d is the common difference. You have to learn this formula. If you're through till here then i'll move forward.
Sorry, no.
'hey wait i found a tool for q1-5'
ROFL!!!! Hey wait! i just found out there is q1-5 too! lol. TOO! NOT TOOL.
o lol
Lmfao. Thank God i don't need glasses.
yes there is but i did them w/ user @JamesWolf Im lretty sure they are right..
lol
o yea like 1
saifoo, he was struggling to get why we use (n-1) instead of n, so i just let him use n, and told him to call it the 0th term instead of 1st
so if you can explain it .....
:)
because i failed
0th term.. will give us the first term. o_O
No wait. it will give us Zero.
so for the sequence 5,8,11,14 T_n = 5 + (n-1)3
Yup^
what does T_n mean???
but n-1 was confusing so i said to just use n, and let the 1st term "5" be the 0th term
so T_n = 5 + (0)3
\[\Large T_n = \text{Short for Term Number}\]
oh.
*tires sigh* so what shall i write?
https://www.google.com/search?q=what+shall+i+write%3F&oq=what+shall+i+write%3F&sugexp=chrome,mod=0&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
I AM tired lol. I would like to finish this.
Lol. Where are you stuck exactly?
On the back. Please just tell me what to write.
i dont know how to find a term if i do not have a rule
@JamesWolf to the rescue!
no, dont do it helpme! you just have to understand it. give a student the answer, and they can get the question right, give a student the method, and they can solve all the questions!
What do you mean by if you dont have a rule? you have to make a rule of your own.
Ok
Thats the thing. Bangs head against wall
pads wall
lol
News headline: Empty head breaks the wall
Lol rofl
So where do this nth term story ends?
shreds up math homework and burns it
Uses the fire to warm hmp's hands..
nth term story?
We all need a sleep.
lol tnx marshmallows and smores anyone?
but i need to finish this right now
I really do *floods home witht ears*
No thankyou! I'm happy with my noodles..
OhSo.No can do,huh. Okay then.
I thought you understood the whole thing. :/
I do a little.
like how to find terms when given arule
not sommuch the othernway around.
RULE IS NEVER GIVEN. You have to use the formula again and again to find the rule.
M. Okay
but
remember the eqquation i typed
And..?
can i write that down?
you said it was ok.
Yes it was. Now idk in what format your teacher needs the answers. That working's right though.
i will just write that down
i just have 2 more mins
*gulp* Well.You may leave if you must do so. I will use the formula"
Conties banging head,against table
Poor table. :/
Lol thats what you are worried about :0?
Haha. Use the formula. It will work 100% times.
Okay. mthanks. ill do that.
just set them up like that?
Yupies.
Okies. :)
If you still don't understand. Read this whole thread agai. If stuck, email me.
Mm, ok. How?
How do you want me to tell you how to email? D:
lol i dont now ir email address
k:)
it's written on my profile too! http://openstudy.com/users/saifoo.khan
Im going to close this now.
me too! :D
ok:)

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