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January 28, 2015

Posted by **Nikki** on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 6:14pm.

1. any list of numbers

2. a summation of quantities whose positions are based upon the natural numbers

3. an arrangement of quantities whose positions are based upon the natural numbers.

Which number is it?

question 2: For the rule of 78, for a 12 month period, the last term in the sequence is 12 and the series sums to 78.

For a 14 period, the last term is ? and the series sum is ?.

For a 16 month period, the last term is ? and the series sum is ?.

For a 20 month period, the last term is ? and the series sum is?.

Thanks.

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**Aziz**, Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at 3:10pmQ2

Question # 2: For the rule of 78, for a 12 month period, the last term in the sequence is 12 and the series sums to 78.

For a 14 period, the last term is ? and the series sum is ?. last term = 14 sum of series = 105

For a 16 month period, the last term is ? and the series sum is ?. last term =16 , sum of series = 136

For a 20 month period, the last term is ? and the series sum is ?. last term = 20 , sum of series = 210

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**keval**, Sunday, June 24, 2012 at 5:14am78 in yearly

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**Shey**, Sunday, October 6, 2013 at 11:21amquestion 1: a series is a summation of quantities based upon a sequence.

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