Algebra help
posted by John .
I need some help I posted the first question to this a bit ago but didn't enter it correctly so sorry to those who helped! I also have a 2nd half which I understood till they added the dividing part.
I need to find the first five terms of each recursive sequence.
1.C1=64, C2=32
Cn= Cn2  Cn1/2
Next!! Find the indicated partial sum for each sequence.
2. An=1/n; S5
3. An= n/n+1;S4
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