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## shantelll 2 years ago Can someone help with two questions really fast?

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1. Notamathgenius

Yea

2. Chooch146

ok

3. satellite73

zoooom

4. harsimran_hs4

waiting...

5. Notamathgenius

What is the number sequnce going up by?

6. ParthKohli

Arithmetic sequences

7. ParthKohli

\[a_n = a_1 + (n - 1)d\]

8. ParthKohli

@Notamathgenius is right! :-D

9. Notamathgenius

Once you get that i would jump up a few numbers and add 5 or multiply.

10. Notamathgenius

Thank you ParthKohli

11. shantelll

+5 I think

12. ParthKohli

100 terms? Definitely not a "few"

13. Notamathgenius

-4+5=1 So yes you are correct

14. Notamathgenius

Parth I wouldn't do all 100 that would be a huge waste of time and effort Great words of my Alge teachers "work smarter not harder"

15. ParthKohli

Yeah, now use the formula \(a_n = a_1 + (n- 1)d\). Remember to replace \(5\) with \(d\) and \(a_1\) with the first term you're given.

16. ParthKohli

That'd make a rule for your sequence

17. Notamathgenius

Now you have all taht it should be easier for you.

18. Notamathgenius

That*

19. shantelll

ok thank you let me see what i get

20. shantelll

Its ether B or C right i think its B

21. satellite73

yes you are right

22. Notamathgenius

YAY she got it :D

23. shantelll

LOL thanks let me post the other one ok

24. Notamathgenius

Okie

25. shantelll

let me close this one

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