Number of results: 5,447

**Biology**

When making comparison of sequences where some are whole genome sequences while others are partial genome sequences, or a specific glycoprotein sequence, How is it that we are able to make comparisons from these sequences if they all have different lengths?

*April 21, 2013 by Cristian*

**biology**

Below the human hemoglobin sequence are the first thirty amino acid sequences of several other species’ hemoglobins. Inspect the sequences and answer the following questions: Human) h l t p e e k s a v t a l w g k v n v d e v g g e a l g r l A) ml t a e e k a a v t a f w g k...

*April 1, 2012 by Kim*

**MATH!!!! SEQUENCES!!!**

Find out a formula for the Nth term of each of the following sequences. (i)4 7 10 13 16 (ii)1 3 5 7 9 (iii)20 17 14 11 8 (iv)1 4 9 16 25 (v)2 8 18 32 50

*December 14, 2011 by Howler*

**geometric sequences**

given the geometric sequences:9 90/17, 900/289 find an explicit formula for an, where the first term is a1=9 an= a10=

*April 25, 2016 by Rosie*

**Biology Help Please!**

)Describe the importance of chromatin remodeling process to transcription. Select the four correct answers. a) These alterations can be used to activate transcription of a gene by hiding its enhancer sequences. b) These alterations can be used to activate transcription of a ...

*April 24, 2016 by Kimberly*

**Maths: Sequences need help**

The nth term of a sequences of v1,v2,v3 is given by Vn=6 2^n (1):show that for all value of n>1 Vn1=2(Vn-3)?? (2): obtain and simplify the sum of the first n term of the sequence??

*September 26, 2015 by Collins*

**Biology**

Here are parts of the DNA base sequences for 7 organisms: Organism 1: GCCTAGGCATTACGCTACGTCGCATTATAC Organism 2: GCTAAGGCACTACGCTACGTCGCTTAATAG Organism 3: GCTAAGCACTACGCTACGTCGCTTAATAGC Organism 4: GCTAAGGCACTACGCTACGTCGCATTATAC Organism 5: GCCAAGGCACTACGCTACGTCGCATTATAC ...

*October 28, 2016 by Maria*

**Biology**

Humans and Gorillas are very similar in terms of their genetic sequences; in a sample of each of their DNA sequences, only ONE difference was found. MY QUESTION: What genetic mechanism could cause this base sequence change? Thanks!

*June 4, 2008 by Millwright*

**Maths Please Help**

Let A=a1,a2,…,ak and B=b1,b2,…,bj be sequences of positive integers such that a1≥a2≥⋯ak≥1, b1≥b2≥⋯bj≥1, ∑i=1k ai≤6, and ∑j i=1 bi≤6. For how many ordered pairs of sequences (A,B) satisfying the above ...

*May 22, 2013 by Mathslover*

**math**

How many n-digit decimal sequences (using digits 0-9) are there with k 1s? Decimal sequences meaning you can have as many 0s in front of a number. For example: 000001234557891111 would be consider valid. So how do i come up with an equation? See my response to Sana's question ...

*October 15, 2006 by Aisha*

**Maths**

Consider all 3-term geometric sequences with first term 1 and with common ratio the square of an integer between 1 and 1000. How many of these 1000 geometric sequences have the property that the sum of the 3 terms is prime?

*April 29, 2013 by ianian*

**algebra**

Consider all 3-term geometric sequences with first term 1 and with common ratio the square of an integer between 1 and 1000. How many of these 1000 geometric sequences have the property that the sum of the 3 terms is prime?

*April 29, 2013 by deli*

**Math**

Consider all 3-term geometric sequences with first term 1 and with common ratio the square of an integer between 1 and 1000 (inclusive). How many of these 1000 geometric sequences have the property that the sum of the 3 terms is prime?

*May 1, 2013 by Maths lover Please Help...*

**math**

1. Examine the first four terms in each of the following number sequences: *2, 7, 12, 17 my formula x+5 *7, 21, 63, 189, 567 my formula x(2)+x *1000, 850, 700, 550 my formula x-150 * –10, –6, –2, 2 my formula x+4 For each sequence, what would be the 20th and 100th term? ...

*June 17, 2016 by cindy*

**English**

For the essay I have to write I have to talk about examples of sequences and montages (which are transitional sequences of rapidly edited images) for the movie "The Gold Rush" by Charlie Chaplin. I'm having a hard time with examples of montages. Can you help please?

*September 26, 2011 by Jon*

**Math**

I'm learning series and sequences (grade 11). Please check that my steps show I understand what I'm doing/the concept and my answer as well: 5. The consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequences are 3.6, y, 8.2. Find the value of y. This seems to be a sequence question but I ...

*January 8, 2013 by Crystal*

**Biology**

(This question ties into the previous question I posted about mRNA). Use the Universal triplet code to determine the sequence of amino acids that would be generated for each of the mRNA sequences that you generated in question 2. Remember that the reading of mRNA goes in the 5...

*March 22, 2014 by Danielle*

**Maths**

Eric thinks of 2 sequences.One is geometric and the other arithmetic.Both sequences start with the number 3.The common ratio of the geometric sequence is the same as the common difference of the arithmetic sequence.If the 6-th term of the geometric sequence is 96.Find the ...

*February 3, 2013 by Lucas*

**Sequences**

A = {a1, a1 + d1, a1 + 2d1, …}, B = {a2, a2 + d2, a2 +2d2, …}. Investigate whether A + B and A x B are arithmetic or geometric sequences. If an arithmetic sequence is identified, state its common difference. If a geometric sequence is identified, state its common ratio. (...

*September 30, 2007 by Nelson*

**Math**

A sociology seminar has 7 members (a) They begin each meeting with each member shaking hands with all the other members. No one shakes another member's hand twice. How many handshakes take place? (b)The professor shakes hands with each member of the seminar and in a different ...

*October 6, 2013 by Danielle*

**Probability**

Automated chemical synthesis of DNA has made it possible to custom-order moderate length DNA sequences from commercial suppliers. Assume that a single nucleotide weighs about 5.6 X 10^-22 grams and that there are four kinds of nucleotides. If you wish to order all possible DNA...

*January 16, 2012 by Erica*

**Math, Please Help!**

Ryan is building matchstick square sequences, as shown ( first one used 4, second one used 7, third one used 10, and the forth one used 13). He used 599 matchsticks to form the last two figures in his sequences. How many matchsticks did he use in each of the last two figures?

*November 6, 2014 by KG*

**Algebra HELP!**

Ryan is building matchstick square sequences, as shown ( first figure used 4, second figure used 7, third figure used 10, and the forth figure used 13). He used 599 matchsticks to form the last two figures in his sequences. How many matchsticks did he use in each of the last ...

*November 6, 2014 by A*

**geometry again again again again**

If angle AFB= 8x-6 and angle BFC= 14x +8, find the value of x so that angle AFC is a right angle.

*September 27, 2009 by Monique N.*

**English**

Hello. Please help me with a few questions. 1) Which is the correct position of "again" in the sentence: "They have (again)gathered (again)at the square (again)"? 2)Does the phrase "the allegations doubt his integrity" have the same meaning as "the allegations question his ...

*May 15, 2011 by Ilma*

**Math**

A block is a consecutive sequence of the same digit that is not part of a longer such sequence. a.) Determine the number of sequences of 0's and 1's of length 10 in which every block of 1's has an even length. b.) Determine the number of sequences of 0's and 1's of length 10 ...

*February 17, 2007 by Kris*

**Sequences...again**

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 ...

*September 30, 2007 by Nelson*

**Summer School Calculus**

Another one for you :P, add these two vectors using trigonometry (again)... 9N[S2W] and 11N[N31W]...Again, I am confused about the angles, I am not sure what value I should use for the cosine and sine law. THANKS AGAIN!!

*June 29, 2008 by Derek*

**Biology**

Genome A 5-GCAGGCCATATAAAATAGCGCCATACTAGATACGGG CCATATTATTGCATATCCGCCGATTACAGGATTTAATTT GGGAATTCCCCGATTAACGCGATCGATCGGGCCATATC GATATGCATCGTAATCCGGTAGATTCACAGGTAG -3 Genome B 5-GCATACCCAAATTAATAACGGCGGTAGGCGACTCATT CTGATATACGCATCGGCATTTACCTACGGCCGGCCGGC ...

*November 30, 2014 by Jessica*

**English**

1. Can we meet again one day? 2. Can we meet again oneday? 3. Can we meet again some day? 4. Can we meet again someday? (Which ones are grammatical? Which one is commonly used? Thank you. Have a good day!)

*December 14, 2011 by rfvv*

**geometry again again again**

Two angles are supplementary. one angle measures 12 degrees more than the other. Find the measures of the angles.

*September 27, 2009 by Monique N.*

**math**

looking for the pattern in these sequences: -2,-1,4,1,4,9,14,27,_,_,_,_

*May 31, 2013 by ray*

**DNA**

What nucleotide sequences do not code for proteins?

*September 29, 2010 by amelie*

**Math**

How to write a recursive rul for sequences. ex.) 1,3,4,7,11

*December 14, 2010 by Vic*

**math**

looking for the pattern in these sequences: -2,0,1,4,4,8,_ , _ , _, _, and so forth

*May 31, 2013 by ray*

**Sequences and Series**

Find the 21st term, 6,5,1,2,6,5,1,2

*April 21, 2016 by Wawen*

**Sum of geometric sequences**

5,15,45,135,....S10

*August 10, 2016 by Anonymous*

**Math**

Find formula Number Sequences of 3, 10, 31, 94,.....

*November 13, 2016 by Dio*

**Math**

How do I solve this equivalent equation? 5x +2 < 17 (again the <is underlined) Do I subtract 2 from each side so it would read 5x < 15 (again the < is underlined) than divide each side by 5 so the x < 3 (again the <is underlined) is the answer? Also, how do I...

*April 9, 2008 by Tyler*

**math(sequences)**

0.5,1.5,4.5,13.5,... what is the next three terms??? plz help

*September 9, 2008 by n'kyla*

**math**

hi can you predict the next sequences possible from the numbers 1-50 05 16 20 30 41

*June 27, 2011 by nina*

**7th Grade Math**

What is arithmetic and geometric sequences?

*March 18, 2013 by Jessie*

**Number Sequences**

Explain It. What do you need to do to extend a pattern?

*February 10, 2014 by Mikey*

**geometry**

predict the next two numders in this sequences:-5,-2,4,13_,_

*October 22, 2008 by jazzy gurl*

**MATH**

How many six-letter sequences are possible that use the letters c, i, c, c, i, y?

*April 1, 2009 by Suzie*

**biology**

what are the sequences of event hat result in erythroblastosis fetalis

*January 3, 2011 by lewis*

**biology**

what are the sequences of event hat result in erythroblastosis fetalis

*January 3, 2011 by lewis*

**Math**

Find the sum of the first 12 terms of the sequences given in #1. a.f(n) = 5*(2)^(n-1) ; for n = 1,2,3,4,… b.a1 = 1/3 ; an+1 = = 3*an

*November 5, 2011 by Elisabeth*

**Biology**

why do we use protein sequences when comparing genetic similarities?

*November 11, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Biology**

How are antibodies used to detect similarities in protein sequences?

*November 11, 2013 by Anonymous*

**sequences help plskthx**

what are the next three terms in the sequence -3 6 15 24 35, 46, 57 34, 44, 54 33, 44, 56 33, 42, 51 i think it's d

*May 7, 2015 by 8675309*

**Series and Sequences**

Find the next three terms in the pattern 20,40,60,11,31,51,......

*April 21, 2016 by Wawen*

**Sequences and Series**

Find the next three terms in the pattern, 25,5,30,6,35,7,....

*April 21, 2016 by Wawen*

**Sequences Math**

Find the function rule. X = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2. Y = 9, 4, -1, -6 -11. Help please this is too hard

*February 23, 2017 by Zack*

**math**

Brilli the ant placed the numbers 1,2,…,n in order clockwise around a circle. She can create an infinite sequence A={aj}∞j=0 of integers by letting a0=k∈{1,2,…,n} and constructing ai+1 from ai by taking the integer that is ai positions clockwise in the circle ...

*July 16, 2013 by Ron*

**Math (help steve)**

Brilli the ant placed the numbers 1,2,…,n in order clockwise around a circle. She can create an infinite sequence A={aj}∞j=0 of integers by letting a0=k∈{1,2,…,n} and constructing ai+1 from ai by taking the integer that is ai positions clockwise in the circle ...

*July 16, 2013 by Danny*

**math**

How many five-letter sequences are possible that use the letters a, p, j, e, x once each?

*April 1, 2009 by Jazzy*

**MATH!!!! SEQUENCES!!!**

Write down the first 5 terms of the n3 (Cubed) sequence

*December 14, 2011 by Howler*

**math**

Identify two different divergent sequences a and b who difference a - b converges.

*February 28, 2013 by Moyer*

**Biology**

Which of the following sequences is an example of a point mutation of the DNA sequence -A-A-G-T-G-C- ? (What?) -A-A-A-T-G-C- -A-A-G-U-G-C- -G-T-A-G-A-A-C- -A-A-G-G-T-C-

*December 31, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Math- Sequences and Series**

Sn= N^2-4n, using this formula find the first 4 terms

*January 8, 2017 by Isaac*

**maths**

Determine the 10th and 21st terms of each of the arithmetic sequences: 4+7x; 5+9x; 6+ 11x.......

*January 15, 2017 by moipone booysen*

**math {sequences}please help**

Sequences 1. 14, 19, 24, 29,… a. Geometric, 34,39,44 b. Arithmetic,32,36,41 c. Arithmetic, 34, 39, 44 ** d. The sequence is neither 2. -4, 8, -16, 32, . . . . a. Arithmetic , 64, 128, 256 b. Geometric, -64 , 128, -256 ** c. Geometric, -48, 64, -80 d. Neither 3. 81, 27, 9, 3...

*April 8, 2016 by UNKNOWN*

**Functions 11: Series and Sequences**

4m + 1, m + 1 and 10 - m are the first three terms of a geometric sequence. Find t4.

*January 2, 2013 by lg*

**College Algebra**

Solve for the specified variable in each formula or literal equation Sn=n(a1+an/2) for n (sequences)

*January 27, 2013 by Kristen*

**math**

what method i need to use in solving arithmetic and geometric sequences and series?

*February 16, 2013 by luis*

**Math**

How many different sequences of ten flips of a coin have at least 8 heads?

*October 19, 2013 by Epic*

**Math- Sequences**

What are the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression n(n-2)-3? -5, -2, 1, 4 -4,-3, 0, 5 3, 0, 3, 6 2, 0, 2, 4 I believe it's C?

*May 7, 2015 by Juanito*

**math**

Write the first 5 terms of the sequences defined by the recursive formula t1= 7, tn= 2tn-1 - 3n, n>1

*May 18, 2015 by Resetta*

**English**

They are arguing about rules and regulations again. I have to identify the adverb. again

*November 3, 2010 by Jake*

**maths**

for each of following sequences state whether it converges and if it does to what limit explain your answer to the below An =(6n-3n^3)/(2n^3+4n^2) (n=1,2,3,...)

*January 4, 2008 by cecile*

**math**

Find the first five terms of the sequences with the nth term given as follows: 4n + 7

*December 17, 2009 by Anonymous*

**biology**

What do multicellular genomes spend a larger proportion of their sequences on (in terms of enhanced complexity)?

*February 28, 2013 by biology help*

**Algebra, help please!!!**

Find the mean and the median in the following arithmetic sequences: A: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 B: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, . . . ., 199 C: 7, 10, 13, 16, . . ., 607

*November 19, 2014 by Ashley*

**Early Childhood**

The reason teachers need to know what constitutes typical ages and growth sequences is because:

*May 7, 2016 by Cadeshia*

**calculus hs**

Here's the question again How do I find all line through (6, -1) for which the product of x- & y- intercepts is 3? Thanks again

*September 21, 2008 by kelly*

**Calculus**

So, yet again, I am confused! State whether or not the following statements are true. Justify your reasoning. a). a• ( b+c ) = a• b + a • c b.) a × ( b+c ) = a × b + a × c c.) a × ( b•c ) = a × b • a × c Thanks, again!

*July 2, 2008 by Derek*

**French for Anonymous to Sra**

its me again could u please tell me how to say by: to: due: I need it for my title page thanks again:)

*January 11, 2009 by Anonymous*

**science**

Me again :) Why might a car manufacturer change the shape of the side mirrors on a particular model? Thanks again.

*January 11, 2010 by 1234*

**Sequences and Series**

PreCal. What is the difference between the equations (n(n+1))/2, and n/2(ti+tn)?? Under what conditions would you use them? Thanks much!!!

*January 10, 2007 by Cait*

**math i need help please**

determine sums of following geometric sequences... A. -1/32+1/16-...+256 B. 50 over Σ 8(.5)^n-2 where n=1

*January 20, 2011 by Please help me!*

**math**

what formula use in solving or finding for the 9th term of a number in arithmetic series and sequences?

*February 16, 2013 by luis*

**Science**

How do I create a cladogram using DNA or protein sequences taken from three different organisms?

*May 12, 2015 by SnakeSpirit*

**Math sequences**

Determine the smallest interger n such that 1+(4/5)+(4/5)^2+...+(4/5)^n>4.9 Please explain ti me about thisquestion. I can'tunderstand it.

*August 10, 2015 by Lala*

**vocab, again! sorry!**

Hi, again. I need help with this word decorum. the def is ADJ proper; seemly correct how do i use this in a sentence?

*October 6, 2008 by Kristin*

**Statistics**

How many sequences contain exactly three heads when you flip a coin five times? 2 15 10 8 12 my answer was 15 ,but that was incorrect

*June 15, 2010 by Jacob*

**Sequences and Series**

use the iterative rule to find the eighth term in the sequence an = 25 − 3n. 176 49<------ My answer 8 1

*October 1, 2015 by Sara*

**math**

I need to figure out the next two numbers in the following sequences. A)144, 121, 100, 81, B)3, -12, 48, -192,

*February 10, 2009 by N/A*

**Statistics**

How many sequences contain exactly three heads when you flip a coin five times? my answer was 15 but apparently I am wrong 2 15 10 8 12

*June 14, 2010 by John*

**Math**

Can you help me find the next 2 terms in the sequences? 1, .025, .1 repeating, .0625,.04 2root2, 4, 4root3, 8root3, 8root15, 24root10

*September 6, 2011 by Janis*

**science**

How would a scientist use DNA or protein sequences taken from three different organisms to construct a cladogram.

*May 27, 2015 by Anonymous*

**GBE (Genetics)**

What are the advatages of Eukaryotic genes splitting up? I'm not so sure how to approach the question, is it something to do with exons & introns or the nucleotide sequences?

*October 7, 2008 by Claire*

**biology**

Explain how a scientist would use DNA or protien sequences taken from three different organisms to create a cladogram?

*December 17, 2014 by Lisa*

**biology**

Explain how a scientist would use DNA or protien sequences taken from three different organisms to create a cladogram

*December 17, 2014 by Lisa*

**science/bioligy**

How would a scientist use DNA or protein sequences from three different organisms to construct a cladogram? need help!!! how do I do this??

*February 22, 2016 by Anonymous*

**Human biology please help**

Sequences of chemical reactions, called metabolic pathways, can be sped up, or catalyzed, by (A) __________ , which are made mostly of (B) ___________.

*March 11, 2014 by Ann*

**Math**

7. You are having a discussion about sequences with your classmate. She insists that the sequence 2, 3, 5, 8, 12 must be either arithmetic or geometric. Is she correct or incorrect? Explain.

*April 17, 2015 by Alex*

**Science (theory of evolution)**

How would a scientist use DNA or protein sequences taken from three different organisms to construct a cladogram.

*May 27, 2015 by anonymous*

**Math**

You are having a discussion about sequences with your classmate. She insists that the sequence 2,3,5,8,12 must be either arithmetic or geometric. Is she correct or incorrect? Explain.

*October 7, 2015 by Taryn Hughey*

**Sequences**

find the nth term and write an equation to express 4,36,100,196,324 so far I've got 32(n-1) + 4 but it only works for the first two . . .

*April 18, 2015 by Lauren*