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Homework Help: Sequences...again

Posted by Nelson on Sunday, September 30, 2007 at 3:59pm.

Sequence T1 is obtained by adding the corresponding terms of S(sub) and S(sub2). so that T(sub1) = {2.6, 3.39, 4.297, 5.3561, . . .}. We shall write T(sub1) = S(sub1) + S(sub2) to convey the addition of S(sub1) and S(sub2) in this way. Is T(sub1) an arithmetic or geometric sequence?

I am so confused. When I subtract the terms I get a common difference but it is not constant the whole time through (the terms will be different) And when I get the common ratio, I still get different answers. Am I interpreting this problem wrong?

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