# Arithmetic

**Math**

Using algebraic expression no arithmetic symbols. Twice the quotient of a number divided by 5.

**Math**

Determine whether the sequence is arithmetic, geometric, both or neither. 16, 8, 4, 2 A. arithmetic B. Goemetric C. Neither D. Both

**Further Mathematics Arithmetic Progression**

I have a problem solving the question below could someone help me solve it or at least give me a hint on how to solve it ? If you can help here is the question ; p,q,r are three consecutive terms of an A.P whose sum is 21. The ratio p:r = 6:1 , Find p:q:r.

**Math**

I swear, last question! Calculate S(31) for the arithmetic sequence in which a(9) = 17 and the common difference is d = -2.1 -46 -29.2 32.7 71.3 Usually, I can figure these out but I'm stuck:(

**Math**

Calculate S(68) for the arithmetic sequence a(n) = (2/3)n + 1/6 87/2 273/6 139/3 4,726/3

**arithmetic mean**

the following data relate to size of shoes sold at a store during the given week find the average size by the short cut method size of shoes. 4,5,6,7,8,9,10 no of shoes 15,30,45,60,55,40,5

**arithmetic mean**

the average age of 5 children is 8 years. if the age of the father is included , the average increased by 7 years. find the age of the father.

**arithmetic mean**

the average age of 30 children in a class is 9 years if the teacher 's age is included, the average age becomes 10 years find the teacher's age

**algebra**

the sides of triangle are in arithmetic progession(AP)and of them is 60 find the angles in grade

**math**

In the following arithmetic sequence, what is the value of x? -2, 4, x, 16 . . .

**math**

if 1/2,1/x,1/3 are successive terms of an arithmetic progression. Show that 2-x /x-3 = 2/3.

**Math**

The fourth term of an arithmetic sequence is less than the fifth term by 3. The seventh term is three times the fifth term. Find the common difference and the first term

**Math**

What is the 2011th term of the arithmetic sequence -4,-1,2,5...., where each term after the first is 3 more than the preceding term? (Remeber -4 is the first term of the sequence)

**algebra**

The mean score on Mr. Pascal’s first semester exam for his 28 students is 73 points. If he removes the lowest score of 19 points, what is the adjusted class average (arithmetic mean)?

**arithmetic progression**

An arithmetic progression has 3 as its first term. Also, the sum of the first 8 terms is twice the sum of the first 5 terms. Find the common difference.

**math**

find the general term of the arithmetic sequence 3,-1 ,-5 ,-9

**Algebra I**

What is the 2011th term of the arithmetic sequence −4, −1, 2, 5, . . . , where each term after the first is 3 more than the preceding term?( remember -4 is the first term of the sequence.) (I posted this before but it was the wrong answer)

**Algebra I**

What is the 2011th term of the arithmetic sequence −4, −1, 2, 5, . . . , where each term after the first is 3 more than the preceding term?( remember -4 is the first term of the sequence.)

**Alg 1**

The mean score on Mr. Pascal’s first semester exam for his 28 students is 73 points. If he removes the lowest score of 19 points, what is the adjusted class average ? (arithmetic mean)

**Math**

which of the following sequences is an arithmetic sequence? 5, 20, 80, 320,... 6, 9, 5, 8, 4, 7,... 100, 10, 0.1, 0.01,... -1, 2, 5, 8,...

**Math**

Detemine the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, both or neither. 16,8,4,2,...

**Arithmetic**

A geometric series has a positive common ratio of r. The series has a sum to infinity of 9 and the sum of the first two terms is 5. Find the first four terms of the series.

**Arithmetic**

The sum of three consecutive terms of a geometric progression is 42, and their product is 512. Find the three terms.

**Math**

An arithmetic series has first term -50 and common difference 4. How many terms are in the series so that the sum of the series first exceeds 100?

**Math**

In an arithmetic progression, the 5th term is six times the 1st term and the sum of the first six terms is 99. Find the 1st term and the common difference. Attempt at solution: U5 = 6(U1) 99 = 3(2[U1] + 2d)

**Math**

In order to cover upfront expenses, Pinecrest Enterprises must be able to come up with $50 million of its own capital reserves. Presently, Pinecrest has $37 million in capital reserves available, and can add $1.5 million per month . After how many months will Pinecrest ...

**mental arithmetic**

if p=3 and q=8 find the value of 3p+2-q how do I find out the value of 3p? can you please explain?

**Algebra**

How do you tell if a sequence is arithmetic?? Then I will answer my questions below: 1. Tell whether the sequence is arithmetic. If it is, Identify the common difference. -7, -3, 1, 5 A. Not arithmetic B. Arithmetic, common difference is 4 C. Arithmetic, common difference is 8...

**math**

determine whether the sequence is arithmetic,geometric,both,or neither. 16,8,4,2,... a.arithmetic b.geometric c.neither d.both

**arithmetic**

how many cups of sorbet are used in 8 cups of punch? Ginger Ale- 40% Orange Juice- 25% Pineapple Juice- 20% Sorbet- 15%

**maths**

collect marks of 10 of your classmates in different subjects in the recent examinations.estimate the arithmetic mean of marks in each subject and verify them by actual calculations.how many of your estimations represent exact mean

**PreCalc**

The fifth term of an arithmetic sequence is equal to 6 and the sum of the first 12 terms is equal to 45. Find the first term and the common difference. having trouble with this, can't figure out the steps?

**Induction**

Given the series 1,2,3,4,5,10,20,40,80,..... which starts as an arithmetic series for the first five terms and then follows geometric series. It can be proved by strong induction that any positive integer can be written as a sum of distinct numbers of this series. Has to be ...

**Computer Architecture**

Your project is to write a partial disassembler for MIPS instructions in Java. That is, your input will be the 32-bit machine instructions that a compiler or assembler produces. Your program then figures out what the original source instructions were that created those 32-bit ...

**PHILOSOPHY**

1. Some regular churchgoers believe that taxpayers' dollars should not be used to fund laboratories that carry out tests on animals for medical research. Hence, it is wrong to go on spending taxpayers' dollars for that purpose. Answer: False Cause 2. Yogi Berra, an Italian ...

**Math**

The arithmetic mean of a set of 50 numbers is 38.If the two numbers,45 and 55,are discarded,the mean of the remaining set of numbers is__.

**algebra**

the second and fifth terms of an arithmetic sequence are 5 and 38 respectively. Find the explicit formula for the sequence

**Math**

How do we find the sum of n terms of the series, 1+(4/7)+(7/49)+(10/343)+..... I know that it can be written as a combination of an arithmetic and geometric progression. 1=(4+3r)/(7^m) ; (r=-1 , m=0) 4/7=(4+3r)/(7^m) ;(r=0,m=1) But how do we find the sum of n terms?

**Math**

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**Math**

In 7 days, Mario cooked 98 pounds of spaghetti. Each day after the rst, he cooked 2 more pounds than he cooked than the day before. What is the difference between the average (arithmetic mean) number of pounds of spaghetti he cooked per day and the median number of pounds he ...

**math**

How many terms of the arithmetic sequence 88, 85, 82, . . . appear before the number -17 appears?

**maths**

An arithmetic progression has 10 terms. Sum of the 10 terms is 220. Sum of the odd terms is 100. Find the first term and common difference. pl give me the answer. maths - Steve Monday, July 17, 2017 at 12:11pm 10/2 (2a+9d) = 220 5/2 (2a+4*2d) = 100 maths - kumar yesterday at ...

**maths**

An arithmetic progression has 10 terms. Sum of the 10 terms is 220. Sum of the odd terms is 100. Find the first term and common difference. pl give me the answer.

**Math**

Find the arithmetic sequence whose 1st term is 1 and the 1st, 2nd and 6th terms form a geometric sequence

**Maths**

Three numbers are in the ratio 2:3:5. The first number, second number reduced by 5 and the third number form an arithmetic sequence. Then the three numbers are

**Math**

The third term of an arithmetic sequence is -12 and the seventh term is 8.what is the sum of the first 10 terms?

**Math**

How do we find the sum of n terms of the following? Tr= 5^r/[(r+1)(r+2)] I can see there's an arithmetic progression and a geometric progression? How do we combine them both to find n terms.

**math**

If the second term of an arithmetic sequence is -2 and the fourth term is 6, find the seventh term

**Math**

Four number have an arithmetic mean of 6 if fifth number is added to set the mean rises to 8 what is number added?

**Maths**

b.Find the seventeenth term of an Arithmetic Progression, whose 9th and 15th term are 19 and 37 respectively.

**Math**

Arithmetic sequences Find a8 and an for the sequence: -3, -7,-11

**Algebra 2**

Find the sum of the following arithmetic series. 13+11+9+...+(-25) Someone help please. Thanks

**Arithmetic**

32 is 40% of what number? I am brushing up on math that I haven't done in years. Could someone please explain this step-by-step to remind me how to do this kind of problem properly? Thank you!

**Math**

Write a rule for the nth term of the arithmetic sequence. -12, -5, 2, 9

**Math**

Arithmetic sequence: For a8 and an for the sequence: -3,-7,-11 My answer a8=33

**Math**

In a particular arithmetic progression, the sum of the first 10 terms is equal to the sum of the first twenty terms. Show that the sum of the first 30 terms is equal to 0.

**Maths**

The second term of arithmetic progression is 15 and the fifth term is 21 find the common difference with solutions

**Algebra 2 check my last answer?!**

A supermarket finds that the number of boxes of a new cereal sold increases each week. In the first week, only 16 boxes of the cereal were sold. In the next week, 33 boxes of the cereal were sold and in the third week 50 boxes of the cereal were sold. The number of boxes of ...

**math!!**

Three numbers are in an arithmetic progression; three other numbers are in a ge- ometric progression. Adding the corresponding terms of these two progressions yields 32, 26, and 32. The sum of the three terms of the arithmetic progression is 51. Find the terms of both ...

**GGHSS COTTON HILL Maths**

consider the arithmetic sequence 53,47,41 than what is the common difference and the algebraic expession of the given sequence

**math**

if the sixth term of an arithmetic progression is 37 and sum of the first six term is 147

**arithmatic series**

Could someone show me the difference between arithmetic sequence and series

**math**

What are the first three terms of an arithmetic series in which a1 =9,an=105, and Sn=741?

**math**

Find the four terms between 15 and 87 in the arithmetic sequence

**math**

Write an equation for the nth term of the arithmetic sequence -13,-8,-3,2........

**Advanced maths**

What are the first three terms of an arithmetic series in which a1=9,an=105,and Sn=741?

**Advance maths**

Find the four terms between 15 and 87 in the arithmetic sequence.

**Computer program and design**

Design a class called SimpleCalculator using psudoecode that contains public methods named add(), subtract(). Each of the methods accepts two numeric arguments and returns a number that represents the result of the appropriate arithmetic operation. Design a sub-class of ...

**Math**

Write three arithmetic sequences with 30 as the sum of the first five terms

**algebra**

The sum of the three numbers in Arithmetic Progression is 33. If the numbers are increased by 2, 1, and 6 respectively the new numbers will be in Geometric progression. Find these numbers.

**programming**

Design a sub-class of SimpleCalculator called Calculator using psudoecode that contains public methods named multiply(), and divide() and that defines private fields called num1 and num2. Each of the methods accepts two numeric arguments and returns a number that represents ...

**programming**

Design a sub-class of SimpleCalculator called Calculator using psudoecode that contains public methods named multiply(), and divide() and that defines private fields called num1 and num2. Each of the methods accepts two numeric arguments and returns a number that represents ...

**programming**

Design a class called SimpleCalculator using psudoecode that contains public methods named add(), subtract(). Each of the methods accepts two numeric arguments and returns a number that represents the result of the appropriate arithmetic operation

**Program Design and Development**

Design a class called SimpleCalculator using psudoecode that contains public methods named add(), subtract(). Each of the methods accepts two numeric arguments and returns a number that represents the result of the appropriate arithmetic operation. Design a sub-class of ...

**Trigonometry**

The first three terms of an arithmetic progression are 1/2, x, 25. The first three terms of a geometric progression are x+1/4, 32 1/2, and y, where x and y are positive numbers. Find the value of X and the value of Y.

**Business statistics**

If the arithmetic mean of two numbers is 15 and their geometric mean is 9 find the two numbers

**math**

two arithmetic progression are such that the common difference of both is 8.if the difference b/w their 50th terms is 50.what will be the difference b/w their 80th terms?

**Math**

1.Suppose that the function f(x) = 5x + 3 represents the number of cars that drive by in x minutes. How many cars will drive by in 10 minutes? a. 80 b. 53 c. 50 d. 35 2. Buses on your route runs every 8 minutes from 7:00am to 11:00am. You arrive at the bus stop at 8:19am. How ...

**arithmetic**

S8:S4=97:81 find the common ratio

**maths**

if the arithmetic mean of four numbers is 20 and the arithmetic mean of other six numbers is 10 then,find the arithmetic mean of all the numbers taken as one group

**consumer math**

Adam has created a register for the bank account he opened on April 16th. Unfortunately, Adam has made a mistake and cannot figure out where he went wrong. Use the transaction descriptions below to determine where his error is. The account was opened on April 16 with a tax ...

**math - consumer arithmetic**

Joe and Wendy bought a house costing $210000. They paid a 35% deposit and borrowed the remainder at a flat interest rate of 7.75% p.a. payable over 25 years. What is the amount of their total monthly instalment?

**math**

calculate the first ten term of an Arithmetic progression whose 5th term is 24 and the difference the 7th and 10th term is 15

**Series**

One sequence of alternating terms of the series 1+2+3+4+5+8+... forms an arithmetic progression, while the other sequence of alternating terms forms a geometric progression. Sum the first 10 terms of each progression and hence find the sum of the first 20 terms of the series.

**Series**

Given that 1/(y-x), 1/2y, and 1/y-z are consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression, prove that x,y, and z are consecutive terms of a geometric progression.

**Math, Series**

Given that 1/(y-x), 1/2y, and 1/y-z are consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression, prove that x,y, and z are consecutive terms of a geometric progression.

**math 1**

c) 36,31,25,21,... t7 and t20 arithmetic and geo metric

**Mathematics**

The eighth term of an arithmetic series is twice the third term. The sum of the first eight terms are 39.Calculate the first term. Please help i've been stuck for hours on this question

**Maths**

The eighth term of an arithmetic series is twice the third term. The sum of the first eight terms are 39.Calculate the first term. Please help

**geometry**

Find the first, fourth, and tenth terms of the arithmetic sequence described by the given rule. A(n)=-2+(n-1)(-2.2)

**Math**

4. Identify the sequence 1,024, 64, 4, 1/4,... as arithmetic, geometric, neither, or both,

**math**

Find the arithmetic sequence whose fifth term = 21, and the tenth term = 3 times the second term

**math**

I was just wondering, what is the difference between an arithmetic sequence and a geometric sequence?

**Math,science**

The 5th term of an arithmetic progression is 23 and the 12th term is 37.find the third term and common different

**Math**

An arithmetic sequence has a first term of 0 and a 10th term of 15. If 10 is an output of the sequence, which term number is it? Show and explain how you know you have the correct answer.

**Math - Sequences**

Could someone help me with this question?? What are the first four terms of an arithmetic sequence if the common difference is 1.5 and the first term is 15? A. 15, 30, 45, 60 B. 15, 16.5, 18, 19.5 C. 15, 22.5, 33.75, 50.625 D. None of the above

**Maths**

An arithmetic progression start 3+2a, 3+4a,3+6a if the fifth term is 73 work out value a?

**Algebra**

Find the sum of 35 terms of an arithmetic series of which the first term is "a" and the fifteenth term is "9a."

**Algebra**

If the first and the last terms of an arithmetic series are 10 and 62, show that the sum of the series varies directly as the number of terms

**mental arithmetic pls help( ASAP)**

Katie went on holiday on 29 July and returned on 7 August .For how many days was she on holiday?