
Maths
The Fibonacci sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ... starts with two 1s, and each term afterwards is the sum of its two predecessors. Which one of the ten digits is the last to appear in the units position of a number in the Fibonacci sequence?
asked by AMT on November 18, 2016 
Math
Given: ________, – 243, – 226, – 209, – 192, – 175, … The 67th term of the sequence is __________. The series of the first 27 terms of the sequence is __________.
asked by Jade on June 18, 2014 
math
Three numbers in an arithmetic sequence sum to six. If you add 1 to the first number, 2 to the second number, and 5 to the third number, the result will be a geometric sequence. What are the original 3 numbers?
asked by Katie on November 8, 2010 
Geometry
what is the third term of a recursive sequence that follows the pattern 5x3 and has a first term x =2?
asked by Bread on July 17, 2012 
Algebra
The first term in the sequence is 2 and the fifth term is 1/8 what is the common ratio
asked by Bob on December 7, 2017 
arithmetic
the 20th term of a sequence with nth term 3+4(n1) is what?
asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2009 
Math
The 16th term of an AP is three times the 5th term. If the 12th term is 20 more than the 7th term, find the first term and the common difference.
asked by Hamna on February 19, 2018 
math sequence
the first 5 terms of a linear sequence are given below: 8,6,4,2,0... What is the 100th term in the sequence? A. 192 B. 190 C. 108 D. 90 I could figure this out in like 5 minutes, but I know there's a pattern I can't remember to figure it out quicker.
asked by robby on October 14, 2011 
Math 12
the sum of the first 2 terms of a geometric sequence is 3. the sum of the next 2 terms is 4/3. find the 4 terms of the sequence.
asked by Serina on January 5, 2011 
Functions 11: Series and Sequence 2
The sum of the first two terms of a geometric sequence is 3. The sum of the next two terms is 4/3. Find the first four terms of the sequence.
asked by lg on January 2, 2013 
Math
A sequence is given by Un=a(12n).determine the first 3 term of sequence
asked by Dammy on January 19, 2014 
Math
Write the geometric sequence that has five geometric means between 1and 15,625. I got: 1, 5, 25, 125, 625, 3,125, 15,625, … is it ok?
asked by Narancia Ghirga on June 4, 2019 
Math 201
Determine whether each sequence is geometric, arithmetic, or neither. Justify your answer. (1/5), (1/4), (1/3), (1/2), 1...
asked by Joweria on February 13, 2015 
Math
Identify the sequence as arithmetic. geometric, or neither.. explain your answer 1.6, 0.8, 0.4, 0.2....
asked by kelsey on May 23, 2014 
math
Indicate whether the sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. 6, 30, 150, 750, 3750, . . .
asked by heatherly on June 6, 2009 
Math
Is there a common ratio for the geometric sequence and what are the missing terms? 2, 4, 16, 36..
asked by Lola on April 13, 2016 
math
is there a formula for an INFINITE ARITHMETIC series/sequence? i know its not s = a / 1r.. that's for geometric.
asked by CL on March 4, 2010 
math
State whether the following sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. 10, 10.25, 10.50625, 10.76890625, ....
asked by anonymous on June 19, 2011 
math
Determine T10 of the following geometric sequence: T2=4x and T5=x^4/8(x exponent 4 divided by 8)
asked by Restoration on January 22, 2015 
math
Determine T10 of the following geometric sequence T2=4x and T5=x^4/8(x exponent 4 divided by 8)
asked by Restoration on January 22, 2015 
math
identify the sequence 3888 , 216 , 12 , 2/3 , as arithmetic geometric neither of both
asked by HELP PLS on April 1, 2016 
Algebra2
What is the common ratio of the geometric sequence whose second and fourth terms are 6 and 54, respectively?
asked by Whitney on July 24, 2014 
math
in a geometric sequence T6=243 & T3=72 determine the constant ratio
asked by Nomfundo on February 10, 2016 
Arithmetic/Geometric Sequence
2/3, 1/3, 2/9, 1/6 Create an explicit formula for this. Is it an arithmetic or geometric sequence?
asked by Anonymous on July 21, 2016 
math
Determine T10 of this geometric sequence T2=4x and T5=x^4/8(x exponent 4 divided by 8)
asked by Restoration on January 22, 2015 
Math
Identify the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Explain your answer. 1.6, 0.8, 0.4, 0.2 . . .
asked by Cindy on May 9, 2014 
MATH HELP ASAP
identify the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither. please explain answer 1.6,0.8, 0.4, 0.2,...
asked by Anon on May 4, 2016 
Math
Identify the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Explain your answer. 1.6, 0.8, 0.4, 0.2,...
asked by HelpMe on February 6, 2019 
Math Help!!!
identify the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither. explain your answer. 1.6 , 0.8 , 0.4 , 0.2 ....
asked by math help asap on March 27, 2015 
Math
Identify the sequence... 3,888, 216, 12, 2/3... a. arithmetic b. geometric c. neither d. both Is it c or d?
asked by Juno on January 4, 2016 
Math question
Identify the sequence as arithmetic. geometric, or neither.. explain your answer 1.6, 0.8, 0.4, 0.2
asked by Blake Seaborn on April 21, 2014 
Math
Determine whether each sequence is geometric, arithmetic, or neither. Justify your answer. 1/5, 1/4, 1/3,1/2,1
asked by Alex on September 18, 2014 
Algebra 2
Is there a common ratio for the geometric sequence and what are the missing terms? 2, 4, 16, 36..
asked by Lola on April 13, 2016 
math
Please help with the below: Find an expression for the nth term of the given sequence. a). 3,6, 12,24, ... b). 151,142,133,124, ...
asked by Vee on February 1, 2013 
Math
F 25 = 75,025 and F 26 = 121,393 where Fn is the nth term in the Fibonacci sequence. Find F27.
asked by Renee on December 5, 2009 
Math
can someone please make me an arithmetic sequence up to 5 terms so that I can find the explicit formula for the nth term?
asked by Blank on February 24, 2019 
algebra, series
The sum of the first n terms of a series is 1(3/4). Obtain an expression for the nth term of the series. Prove that the series is geometric, and state the values of the first term and the common ratio. Please show workings
asked by youngguru on March 15, 2017 
math
A sequence has t(sub1) = 5 and t(sub2) = 15 a. if the sequence is geometric, what is the common ratio? What do t(sub3) and t(sub4) equal? b. if the sequence is arithmetic, what is the common ratio? What do t(sub3) and t(sub4) equal?
asked by Mark on April 28, 2012 
Maths
The first term of the geometric sequance is 27,the last term is 8 and the sum of the series is 65.how many terms are there in the series?
asked by Naledi obotseng on March 12, 2012 
Algebra
Find four numbers that form a geometric progression such that the third term is greater than the first by 12 and the fourth is greater than the second by 36.
asked by Anonymous on January 15, 2017 
Math
1. Daniel wants to save at least 20 dollars by putting pennies in a jar daily. On first day, he puts one penny into the jar. The second day he puts 2 pennies into the same jar. On the nth day he pus n pennies into the same jar. Which day is the first day
asked by Ethan on February 22, 2015 
A.P AND G.P AND A.M AND G.M
Find the arithmetic progression and sum of its first 20 terms whose arithmetic mean and geometric mean between first and third term is 10 and 8 respectively
asked by Rachana on February 16, 2016 
progressions
Find the arithmetic progression and sum of its first 20 terms whose arithmetic mean and geometric mean between first and third term is 10 and 8 respectively
asked by Rachana on February 16, 2016 
algebra
For the sequence an=6+5*(n1), its first term is__??__ ; its second term is__??__ ; its third term is__??__ ; its fourth term is__??__ ; its fifth term is__??_ ; its common difference d= __??__ .
asked by lulu on November 16, 2011 
Math (Geometric Progression)
5 distinct positive reals form an arithmetic progression. The 1st, 2nd and 5th term form a geometric progression. If the product of these 5 numbers is 124 4/9, what is the product of the 3 terms of the geometric progression? Note: The phrase "form an
asked by Shin on June 22, 2013 
Math
5 distinct positive reals form an arithmetic progression. The 1st, 2nd and 5th term form a geometric progression. If the product of these 5 numbers is 124 4/9, what is the product of the 3 terms of the geometric progression? Note: The phase "form an
asked by Shin on May 11, 2013 
Math
What number must be added to each of 4, 7, 12 so that the resulting numbers form a geometric sequence?
asked by Ceej on January 5, 2016 
math
Integers a,b,c,d and e satisfy 50
asked by Yasin on November 19, 2013 
maths
if 25t;1t;t+1 are the first 3terms of an infinite converging geometric sequence,determine the values of t
asked by molwantwa on August 19, 2015 
math
Find first term and common difference of arithmetic sequence whose 13th them is 159 and 20th is 264.
asked by Ayane on January 9, 2015 
Math
Find the 29th term of the following sequence. 21, 15, 9, 3, . . . A) –147 B) –165 C) –153*** D) –159 Evaluate the series 1 + 0.1 + 0.01 + ... A) 1.11*** B) 1.12 C) 0.33 D) 2
asked by M, S, E, on May 10, 2017 
Math
Okay, I need to find the 101th term of the sequence 5,9,13,17,21... Do I do this: a1 + (n1)d SO... 5+(1011)4 5+(100)4 105x4 420 Did I do this problem correctly?
asked by Meghan on August 1, 2011 
math
To find three numbers in geometric progression, knowing that their sum is 78 and the highest 30 units exceeds the sum of the first and second term.
asked by Victor on June 10, 2014 
Math Check Answers
Write a rule for the sequence 8 1 10 19... Start with 8 and add 9 repeatedly** Start with9 and add 8 repeatedly Start with 8 and add 9 repeatedly Start with 8 and subtract 9 repeatedly Find the next three terms of the sequence. 4 8 16 32... 96
asked by Amanda on October 24, 2016 
math
the "k"th term of a series, Sk=a 1r^k/1r, is the sum of the first "k" terms of the underlying sequence. the difference between the "n"th terms of two particular series is greater than 14 for some values of n (is an element of) N. the series with general
asked by liza on December 29, 2010 
Maaaaaaaath
the first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are x2;2x+6 and 4x8 respectively..determine.....(1)x (2) the 20th term (3) the sum of the first 20 terms of the sequence
asked by t.t on March 27, 2012 
Algebra
I have 3 questions I'm stuck on and would love for someone to explain and show me how to solve them so I can also solve the other one. Find the partial sum S6 1. An=3n+2 2. Find the number of terms n in an arithmetic sequence if a1=20, d=5, and An=75. 3.
asked by Jess on April 3, 2013 
math
the question is find the sum of the first eight terms in the series 312+48192+... is 1)13,107 2)21,845 3)39,321 4)65,535 I got that a1 is 3 and a8 was 49152. I wanted to make sure this was a geometric sequence with a r of 4 and tat the + didn't
asked by sara on March 8, 2019 
calculus
This was a multiple choice question asking which of the following is an equation of the line tangent to the graph of f(x)=x^4+2x^2 at the point where f'(x)=1? and the answer is y=x0.122, but I don't understand why. I tried to take the derivative of f(x)
asked by Anonymous on April 28, 2007 
math
the 6th term of A.P. is 5 times the fifth term and the 11th term is exceeds twice the fifth term by three.find the 8th term
asked by ap on February 19, 2015 
Arithmetic progession
The third term of an A.P is 10times more than the second term. Find the sum of the eight and fifteen term of the A.P if the seventh term is seven times the first term
asked by Abraham on August 13, 2015 
math
4, 8, 16, 32 arithmetic 64, 128, 256 geometric 64, 128, 256 Geometric 48, 64, 80 the sequence is neither geometric nor arithmetic
asked by Nisabel on May 9, 2013 
Geometric series
The sum of the first five terms of a geometric series is 186 and the sum of the first six terms is 378. if the fourth term is 48, determine a(first term),r(ratio), t10, S10.
asked by PJ on January 6, 2013 
Math
identify the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Explain your answer. 1.6, 0.8, 0.4, 0.2. plz help me I'm really confused.
asked by Abby on April 23, 2015 
Sequence and series
If {gn} is a geometric sequenc with gn > 0 for all n is an element of natural number,then prove that {ln gn} is an arthnetic sequence
asked by Abdela said yimer on January 21, 2012 
check!
write 0.12......( repaeting decimal) as a geometric sequence? is this right? 11/90 thanks! Nope. Use a calculator. 11/90 = .122222222 Try 11/99. Sorry, try 12/99
asked by Anonymous on October 23, 2006 
Algebra 2
For the following sequence, determine the indicated geometric means; 180,_,_,_,_,5.625,... I could hardly even calculate this! Anyone have a better idea?
asked by Nan on August 7, 2014 
Math
Identify the sequence... 3,888, 216, 12, 2/3... a. arithmetic b. geometric c. neither d. both I got d, both. Because, you can divide 18 and 1/18. Is that right? Thanks anyone who answers. I'd very much appreciate that. :]
asked by Cici on January 3, 2016 
Algebra1
Determine the next geometric sequence number 1024,512,256,128
asked by Monique on February 27, 2017 
math
in a geometric sequence T6=243 & T3=72 determine the constant ratio and the sum of the first 10 terms
asked by Anonymous on February 10, 2016 
math
F25 = 75,025 and F26 = 121,393 where Fn is the nth term in the Fibonacci sequence. Find F27.
asked by chandice on October 8, 2009 
elementary math for teachers
F25 = 75,025 and F26 = 121,393 where Fn is the nth term in the Fibonacci sequence. Find F27.
asked by jen on October 15, 2009 
Calc
Does 1/ln(x+1) converge or diverge? I've tried the nth term test, limit comparison test, and integral test. All I get is inconclusive. The other tests I have (geometric series, pseries, telescoping series, alternating series, and root tests) don't apply.
asked by Mischa on March 22, 2007 
Math
I am doing a practice test and I am stuck on a couple of questions. 1.) Write a rule for the following sequence 8, 1, 10, 19 2.) Find the next three terms of the sequence 2, 12, 72, 432 3.) Which explains why the sequence 81, 3, 1/9 thanks
asked by KAYLA on April 17, 2016 
Algebra
the following problem refers to a geometric sequence: Find S_10 for 1, 1/3, 1/9 r=1/3/1=1/3 a_1=1 a_2=1/3 a_n=a_1*r^n1 a_n=1*1/3^n1 s_n= Help me.
asked by Keonn'a on September 28, 2018 
Math
The first term and last term of an arithmetic progression are 4 and 145 respectively. If the common difference is 4. (a) find the 12th term (b) find the 25th term.
asked by Tolu on August 1, 2018 
Math
The first term and last term of an arithmetic progression are 3 and 145 respectively .if the common difference is 4.(a) find the 12th term (b) find the 25th term.
asked by Tolu on August 1, 2018 
Algebra
The following problem refers to a geometric sequence. If a_1=2 and r=1. Find a_20. a_n=a_1*r^(n1) a_20=2*1^(201) I am stuck now please help me.
asked by Keonn'a on September 27, 2018 
Math
The sixth term of an arithmetic progression is 265 and the sum of the first 5 terms is 1445. Find the minimum value of n so that the sum of the first n terms is negative.
asked by azmeerahim on February 9, 2013 
Math Formula Part 2/3
I've done the second part to the Math Formula post. It was determine the 19th term of the sequence which I did. Now it says..which of the numbers 268 and 350 are terms of the sequence? I was doing something like this: tn = 7 (268) +19 I was plugging
asked by Anonymous on September 13, 2011 
math ( sequence )
A sequence is generated in which each term is equal to the sum of the two preceding terms, If the first two terms are 1 and 3, what is the sixt term? a. 11 b. 14 c. 18 d. 22 e. 29 please answer and explain
asked by Thomas on January 19, 2014 
Math
Three numbers form a geometric progression. If 4 is subtracted from the third term, then the three numbers will form an arithmetic progression. If, after this, 1 is subtracted from the second and third terms of the progression, then it will again result in
asked by Anonymous on December 30, 2015 
math
For the following sequence, which description shows the relationship between a term and n, its position in the sequence? 3,5,7,9,11.... AMultiply by 2 and then subtract1 BMultiply n by2 an then add1 CMultiply n by 1 I believe it is b
asked by Imari on November 5, 2013 
Calculus
Find the limit of the sequence of partial sums whose general term is an=10^n/n! a) 10 b) 0 > my answer. Can you check for me, please? c) 1 d) Does not exist Note: I am between b and d answers
asked by Alice on April 10, 2019 
Geometric Progression
Integers a, b, c, d and e satisfy 50
asked by Mathslover on June 19, 2013 
maths
Integers a, b, c, d and e satisfy 50
asked by shiv on June 17, 2013 
math
Write the first four terms of the geometric sequence with the given properties. a = 5 , r = 14 a. 5/68 b. 5/71 c. 5/16 d. 5/48 e. 5/64 f. 5 g. 5/4 identify one or more choices that answer the question
asked by leah on August 27, 2016 
Precalculus
Find the first two terms of a geometric sequence if t_3+ t_4 = 50 and t_4 + t_5 =100? t3= a(r^2) t4= a(r^3) t5= a(r^4) a(r^2)+ a(r^4)= 100  a(r^3)+ a(r^4) = 50 ar^3  = 2 ar^2 r = 2
asked by Lucina on February 17, 2015 
Math
In the number 0.3645, which of the following does the digit 4 represent? Explain why.
asked by Rose on January 30, 2010 
Math (sequence)
A sequence is generated where is term is equal to the sum of to preceding terms. If the first 2 terms are 1 and 2, what is the fifth term? Please explain the logic.
asked by ER on October 17, 2015 
precalculus
how do you find the 12th term of the sequence an= an1+3 ( the n and n1 are subscript) n>2 (also equal to)? I understand how to find the first six terms,but how do you use that to find the 12th . Thanks
asked by Anonymous on May 16, 2018 
arithmetic
Determining the first three terms of an ArithmetiC progressionof which the (a.)10th term is 31 and the 15th term is 49 (b.)7th term is 3 and 12th term is 3 (c.)5th term is 8 and the 11th term is 28 (d.)9th term is7+9x and d=2x,Show all calculations
asked by Thandi Mstletoe on January 27, 2015 
TRIG
What is the 6th term of the geometric series with a1= 5 and r=2.5
asked by Alex on May 11, 2013 
math
8,18,28,38,48 what is the next term? i came up with 10 am i correct? is this consider arithmetic or geometric?
asked by angela on November 26, 2014 
Physics  Inelastic Collision ( check + help)
A billiard ball of mass 0.55kg moves with a velocity of 12.5m/s towards a stationary billiard ball of the identical mass and strikes it with a glancing blow. The first billiard ball moves of at an angle of 29.7deg clockwise from its original direction,
asked by Shaila on September 26, 2010 
maths
The difference between the second and fourth terms of an arithmetic sequence is 3. If the product of the first and fourth term is 34, calculate the value of the first term.
asked by patric on August 13, 2014 
Algebra: please help me.
The following problem refers to an arithmetic sequence. if a_8=9 and a_16=17, Find the term a_1, the common difference d, and then find a_30. a_n=a_1+(n1)*d
asked by Keonn'a on October 2, 2018 
math
write a variabe expression to describe the rule for each sequence. then find the 100th term. 100, 200,300,400.....
asked by Anonymous on February 22, 2010 
AP Calculus
Find the first 4 terms and the 8th term of the recursivelydefined sequence. b1 = 2 and bk+1 = 3bk, for k>0 A. 6, 18, 54, 162; 13,122 B. 3, 6, 9, 12; 24 C. 5, 8, 11, 14; 26 D. 6, 12, 24, 48; 768 E. 2, 6, 18, 54; 4374 F. 2, 4, 8, 16; 256 Thanks!
asked by Brock on July 10, 2012
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