
Math
A sequence is called an arithmetic progression of the rst order if the di erences of the successive terms are constant. It is called an arith metic progression of the second order if the di erences of the successive terms form an arithmetic progression of
asked by Bhupendra on May 11, 2012 
mathematics
given tha geometric progression x,y,15.find the value of x,find the value of y ?
asked by michael on January 25, 2012 
Biology
I need help with DNA conversion. First of all, I needed to convert this DNA sequence into its RNA equivalent. 5'TACTTCTTCAAGACT3' After the conversion, I came up with this.. 3'AUGAAGAAGUUCUGA5'. Is this correct? Then I need to take the converted
asked by Marsha on April 10, 2009 
MATH015
eric has unit test scores of 70, 79, 52 and 54 in MATH015. He needs an average of 69.5 or greater to be able to progress to the next class in the math sequence. I final exam counts as 2 tests, write an inequality to find what scores on the final exam eric
asked by Anonymous on April 2, 2012 
sciencec
51. A fragment of mRNA with the sequence 5' ACGCAUGGCAAAAAAAA 3' will have a template DNA sequence that reads A. 3' UGCGUACCGUUUUUUUU 5'. B. 3' TTTTTTTTGCCATGCGT 5'. C. 3' UUUUUUUUGCCATGCGT 5'. D. 3' TGCGTACCGTTTTTTTT 5'
asked by alixie on October 22, 2015 
Physics
A 50kg skier pushes off the top of a hill with an initial speed of 5m/s. Neglect friction. How fast will he be moving after dropping 20m in elevation? I was wondering if i did this problem correct. PE + KE_f = KE_i mgh +1/2mv_f^2 =1/2mv_i^2 50(10)(20) +
asked by Andrea on October 16, 2007 
physics
A 50kg skier pushes off the top of a hill with an initial speed of 5m/s. Neglect friction. How fast will he be moving after dropping 20m in elevation? I was wondering if i did this problem correct. PE + KE_f = KE_i mgh +1/2mv_f^2 =1/2mv_i^2 50(10)(20) +
asked by Tammy on October 17, 2007 
Algebra 2
suppose that a new company that makes yo yos made 560 yoyos the first week the company overestimated its requirements. The managements intends to decrease the number of yoyo how the company will manufacture by 8 percent each week for 8 week. The number of
asked by Algebra 2 on March 14, 2018 
maths
The first term of a g.p is twice it's common ratio, find the sum of the first two term of the progression, if it's sum to infinity is 8
asked by toni on February 2, 2015 
arithmetic
the sum of the first 8 term of an arithmetic progresion is 220,if the third term is 17.Find the sum of the first 6 items
asked by mike on November 30, 2011 
Geometric progression
First term and the sum of an infinite G.P. are 2 and 3 respectively. find the common ratio and sum upto n term.
asked by Rahul on October 13, 2016 
precal Arithmetic progression
The fifth term of an arithmetic series is 12 and the eighth term is 3. Find the sum of the first 6 terms and also of the first 11 terms. T5=a+4d=12 T8=a+7d=3 3d=9 d=3
asked by Jelon on December 2, 2014 
English
Where can i find drinking driving short term effects and long term effects?
asked by Growler on March 17, 2009 
FURTHER MATHEMATICS
The 5th term of an A.P is 3times the first.find the sum of the first 8 term of progression.given that 1/4 of 5th termis9
asked by FADIPE JANET on January 17, 2018 
Maths  Geometric Progression
The second term of a GP is 1/2 and the sum ti infinity of the series is 4. Find the first term and and the common ratio of the series.
asked by Anonymous on September 25, 2012 
English
What is the dating relationship short term effects and long term effects if you can find them?? please help
asked by Growler on March 22, 2009 
Pre Calculus 12 urgent
andrew is working on a binomial problem (1/2xy)^7. He asks u to : i) what the coefficient of the 6th term ii) find the term that has the variabes x^47^3 (ex. 34x^4y^3) iii) find the first three terms of the expansion I really need help with that ^ . I
asked by Shreya on January 18, 2013 
math master need your help
what is next number in the sequence 12,6,4,3,2,12/5,... and 1,4,15,40,85,156,259,400,585,... also show the sequence scheme,kindly and ur last answer was wrong as 43 it was 49 for 43^2082
asked by jamesbond on May 19, 2013 
algebra
thank you Steve for helping me out. Accurately classify the sequence and then create a corresponding explicit and recursive formula for finding the nth terms of each sequence. A. 32, 30, 28, 26,..... B. 9,3, 1,  _1 .......
asked by matthew on September 12, 2017 
PreCalc
Write the first five terms of the sequence. a(n) = ((1)^n x^(2n + 1))/(2n + 1)! Not sure about how to deal with the x here. Will it just remain in the sequence?
asked by Anonymous on May 15, 2016 
Algebra 2
Consider the sequence that begins 40, 20, 10, 5, Will the values of the sequence ever become zero or negative? Explain
asked by Faith on October 23, 2015 
Arithmetic series
Suppose you are given the arithmetic sequence 3,6,9,...,99.What is the sum of the terms of this sequence?
asked by Joshua on July 26, 2018 
algebra 2
A sequence is defined recursively by a1=1,an=(an1+1)^2. Write the first 4 terms of the sequence.
asked by jenny on May 23, 2012 
Allgebra
The geometric and arithmetic mean of the two numbers are 8 and 17 respectively. 1. Find the bigger number. 2. Find the smaller number. 3. Find the harmonic mean.
asked by cici on March 5, 2016 
Math
How many integers are NOT perfect powers between 1 and 1000? It might be easier to count how many are powers and subtract that number from 1000. To do this you should first find the highest power of 2 less than 1000, then you'll know how high of powers you
asked by Nathan on October 24, 2006 
Physics
Five forces act on an object. (1) 56 N at 90°
asked by Help on November 13, 2018 
Math/algebra
What is the 20th term of the sequence that begins with −2, 4, 8, 16 ANSWER CHOICES: A)2,097,152 B)524,288 C)524,288 D)1,048,576 Answer Th
asked by PLEASEE HELP ME PLEASE on May 17, 2016 
Math
The sum of the first 10 terms of an arithmetic series is 145 and the sum of its fourth and ninth term is five times the third term. Determine the first term and constant difference
asked by Linda on January 22, 2019 
Alg 2
Find A1 in a geometric series for which Sn=210, r=2, and n=6? Can someone lead me in the right direction?
asked by student on December 12, 2010 
Algebra 2
Find the sum of the first six terms of the geometric series 81 27 +9 ... how do you work it??
asked by student on December 12, 2010 
Math
Find the sum of the first five terms of a geometric series with g1 = 16, g5 = 38,316, and r = 7.
asked by Melissa on November 22, 2015 
math
Find the sum of the infinite geometric series, if possible. 12 + 10 + 25/3 + 125/18 + ...
asked by ben on May 13, 2018 
Geometry
Find the geometric mean of the pair of numbers 6 and 10. sq rt 66 sq rt 70 60 2sqrt 15 my answer is 60
asked by Lost on February 22, 2018 
college precalculus
find the sum of the infinite geometric series 1/3^6+1/3^8+1/3^10+1/3^12........ 100/9+10/31+3/10
asked by fred on May 1, 2015 
Math
Find the sum of a geometric series with the following values: a1=10; r=0.5; n=4 I got: 17.3205
asked by Pannacotta Fugo on June 12, 2019 
Geometric progression
Find the sum of the geometric series 1+1/2+1/4+1/8+.....to 12th terms.
asked by Rahul on October 13, 2016 
math
if the arithmetic mean of 2 positive numbers (a and b) is 16 and their geometric mean is 12, find the exact value of a^3+b^3.
asked by Cody on November 7, 2011 
Math
Find the sum of a geometric series with the following values: a1=3; r=2; n=10 i got; 2,880
asked by Narancia Ghirga on June 4, 2019 
Math
The second and fifth terms of a geometric progression (GP) are 1 and 1 respectively.find (a) common ratio  8
asked by Ebube on December 22, 2017 
Taylor seires
f(x) =ln (1x) a) Compute f'(x), f''(x), f'''(x). Spot the pattern and give an expression for f ^(n) (x) [the nth derivative of f(x)] b) Compute the MacLaurin series of f(x) (i.e. the Taylor series of f(x) around x=0) c) Compute the radius of convergence
asked by Jill on November 26, 2006 
Math PLZ HALP
Your class is conducting an experiment to study geometric sequence. The class forms a line. The first person takes a whole pizza, divided it in half, keeps half, and hands the other half to the next person. The next person in line do the same thing with
asked by Darkdream on January 30, 2018 
calculus
A sequence{an} is given by a1=sqrt(2), an+1=sqrt(2*an). a) by induction or otherwise, show that {an} is increasing and bounded above by 3. Apply the Monotonic Sequence Theorem to show that lim n>infinity an exists. b) Find lim n>infinity an.
asked by Jessica on January 12, 2011 
math
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Use inductive reasoning to predict the next number in the sequence. 1) 7, 13, 19, 25, 31, . . . 1) _______ A) 43 B) 38 C) 37 D) 36 Indicate whether the sequence is
asked by Jen on March 4, 2010 
Math
What are different kinds of congruents? There are hundreds of types of congruence. You would need to be more specific. Some examples:  modular  linear  geometric  group theory  ring theory How about the different kinds of congruents in geometric?
asked by Sean on April 17, 2007 
stats and prob
Consider a sequence of independent Bernoulli trials with p= 0.2 a) what is the expected number of trials to obtain the first success? for this I thought of it as geometric so 5 trials b) after the eighth success occurs, what is the expected number of
asked by sara on September 30, 2014 
PreAlgebra
Write a rule for this pattern.Fing the next three numbers in the pattern. 1,4,10,22,46,94 the answer that i came up with was that the pattern start with one add 3 and it goes by 3's or 6's. Please and Thank you Can you see that each term after 1 is the
asked by Bowier4 on September 3, 2006 
Math
The monthly inflation rate for the geometric mean for the past 60 months? How does the geometric mean compare to the inflation rate?
asked by Leilani on November 19, 2016 
Algebra
1. Why cant you use the formula of the infinite geometric series on 1/81 + 1/27 + 1/9 + 1/3 + ..... 2. Using concepts of infinite geometric series, show that 0.9999 ..... = 1.
asked by Ruby on September 9, 2014 
Geometry
For a cone, if the radius was quadrupled and the slant height was reduced to one sixth of its original size, what would be the formula to find the modified surface area?
asked by Torri on January 23, 2014 
geometry
For a cone, if the radius was quadrupled and the slant height was reduced to one sixth of its original size, what would be the formula to find the modified surface area?
asked by Courtney on April 15, 2013 
science
which rna basr sequence wod produce the amino acid sequence : Valine Proline Alinine a.GCGCGUUG B. GUGCCUGCG C. GUUCCCACU D. GCUCUUGCU
asked by mary on March 11, 2013 
Biochemistry
Give the sequence of a reverse primer used to insert a BamHI site (GGATCC) at the 3' end of the following sequence: 5' CTGAACGTCCAAGGCTTAA 3' 3' GACTTGCAGGTTCCGAATT 5' Make sure you indicate your primers polarity.
asked by Jorge on February 1, 2012 
Biology
Give the sequence of a reverse primer used to insert a BamHI site (GGATCC) at the 3' end of the following sequence: 5' CTGAACGTCCAAGGCTTAA 3' 3' GACTTGCAGGTTCCGAATT 5' Make sure you indicate your primers polarity.
asked by Peter Parker on January 31, 2012 
bio
any thing helps below write the formula which shows the sequence of events that results in the production of a new protein molecule. then explain what is happing in each step of the sequence.
asked by Anonymous on December 1, 2010 
Probability
The newest invention of the 6.041x staff is a threesided die. On any roll of this die, the result is 1 with probability 1/2, 2 with probability 1/4, and 3 with probability 1/4. Consider a sequence of six independent rolls of this die. 1. Find the
asked by qwerty on February 20, 2015 
MATH
the first number of a sequence is 200. every number of the sequence after the first is 100 less than twice the preceding number. what is the 5th number of the sequence
asked by Help!! on July 24, 2013 
math
the first number of a sequence is 200. every number of the sequence after the first is 100 less than twice the preceding number. what is the 5th number of the sequence
asked by anonymous on July 24, 2013 
math
the product of 5 terms of GP is 32.find the sum of 19 terms of AP if third term of GP=tenth term of AP?
asked by rd on February 9, 2016 
Algebra
The first term of an A.P is 3 and the fifth term is 9.Find the number of terms in the progression if the sum of the progression is 81.
asked by Samuel on February 19, 2019 
English
where can I find relationship short term effects and long term effects? please
asked by Growler on March 17, 2009 
math
the first term of an arthmetic progression is 1 and its last term is 28, find the sum of the progression if their number is 10
asked by sonia on November 1, 2010 
maths
Sum of four term in GDP is 30 sum of first and fourth terms is 18 then find the term
asked by Anonymous on February 15, 2017 
Calculus
Did i answer correctly? Find the sum of each infinite geometric series. 14. 4 + 2 + 1 + … = 8 16. 1 + ½ + ¼ + … = 2 18. 16 + 1.6 + .16 + … 17.7
asked by Anonymous on April 18, 2019 
algebra 2
find a1 for given geometric series. Sn= 405, r=3, n=4 I don't know how to start the problem
asked by Isabel on July 22, 2014 
maths
find the sum of the geometric series using a formula 14+1664+2561024
asked by temidayo on May 11, 2015 
maths
if(3x)+(6)+(75x)is a geometric se ries, find two posible value for x,the common ratio and the sum of th g.p
asked by praise on January 24, 2016 
Math  Geometric Series
Find the sum of the geometric series 128  64 + 32  . . . to 8 terms. a) 85 b) 225 c) 86 d) 85/2 e) not possible
asked by Robo123 on December 11, 2010 
Math/Pre Cal
Find the sum of the geometric series 12864+32______to 8 terms .
asked by Robo123 on December 10, 2010 
Math/Pre Cal
Find the sum of the geometric series 12864+32______to 8 terms .
asked by Robo123 on December 10, 2010 
Precalculus
A geometric series has t1 = 100 and t2 = 90. Find the number to which Sn converges as n gets very large.
asked by Anon on January 20, 2012 
Maths
Find the sum to infinity of the geometric series n=1 ,3/10n =3/10+3/1000+....................
asked by Zanele on May 9, 2013 
Math
Find harmonic mean and geometric mean for numbers 120, 130,145
asked by Amit on June 4, 2012 
Math
Find the three geometric means between 2 and 32. Show the work that leads to your answer
asked by Jazmine on November 8, 2011 
math
Assuming the sequense... _,2,_,_,27/4 Is geometric find the missing terms and the formula for t(n)
asked by brandon on October 18, 2012 
math help!
the 10th term is 34 of arithmetic series and the sum of the 20th term is 710 i.e S20=710.what is the 25th term?
asked by Riana on January 1, 2013 
Biology
The human gene for the production of lactose is on chromosome 2. The dna nucleotide sequence of a small part from the middle is 123456789 TACTCGGAA I haVeTO WRITe DOWN THE EQVIVALENT SEQUENCE FOR MRNA AND HENCE WORK out the sequence of amino acids coded in
asked by Bex on March 25, 2007 
Math
1/27 + 1/9 + 1/3 + ... + 81 I know the series is geometric. d = 1/3 Multiplying each by 1/3 to get the next value do i use the sum of geometric series a(1r^n)/ 1r
asked by Tasha on December 12, 2014 
probability
Consider a Markov chain {X0,X1,…}, specified by the following transition probability graph. P(X2=2∣X0=1)=  unanswered Find the steadystate probabilities ð1, ð2, and ð3 associated with states 1, 2, and 3, respectively. ð1=  unanswered ð2= 
asked by alec on May 16, 2015 
maths
A G.P had its third term as 9 times its first term and its second term is onetwentyfourth of its fifth term. what is its fourth term?
asked by bengazi on April 9, 2015 
maths
find a6 for an arithmetic sequence where a1=3x+1 and d=2x+6. 2.A display of cans on a grocery shelf consists of 20 cans on the botton, 18 cans inthe next row, and so on in an arithmic sequence, until the to[p row has four cans. how many cans , in total,
asked by ELIJAH HAVA on April 28, 2013 
CellBiology
For membraneassociated proteins, the consensus sequence _______ is found on the inchoate (new) polypeptide and ______ to halt. a. pribnow, replication b. signal peptidase, transcription c. stoptransfer peptide, transcription d. stoptransfer sequence,
asked by Josh on July 31, 2006 
Biochem
For membraneassociated proteins, the consensus sequence _______ is found on the inchoate (new) polypeptide and ______ to halt. a. pribnow, replication b. signal peptidase, transcription c. stoptransfer peptide, transcription d. stoptransfer sequence,
asked by Sarah on August 1, 2006 
Algebra 2
The simple formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence is an = 4n + 16. What is the explicit formula corresponding to the simple formula?
asked by Tifini on April 4, 2013 
math
The simple formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence is an = 6n + 14. What is the explicit formula corresponding to the simple formula?
asked by junner on May 28, 2014 
Algebra
The simple formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence is an = 4n + 16. What is the explicit formula corresponding to the simple formula?
asked by Help Please! on April 4, 2013 
12 BiologyTHIS IS URGENT
In relation to a work sheet on translation and transcription: If you worked backward, starting with the amino acid sequence of the protein, would you obtain the same DNA nucleotide sequence? Why or why not? THANKS!!!
asked by Miley Cyrus on April 13, 2008 
biology
6) If the DNA sequence is GTAC, what will be the mRNA sequence? a) CATG b) CTUT c) CAUG d) UCGG 7) Given the codon UGC, what will be its anticodon? a) ACG b) TCG c) TGC d) AAT
asked by mark on December 6, 2011 
Precalculus
Find a(subscript 6) of an arithmetic sequ3nce if a(subscript 4)=5 and a(subscript 9)=20. The value of an increases 15/5 = 3 per term. Therefore a4 = 5 a5 = 8 a6 = 11 a7 = 14 a8 = 17 19 = 20 The last term in my previous post should have been labeled a9, not
asked by Laura on June 16, 2007 
Algebra 2 Explict Rule
THe explict rule for a sequence is given. an=4n1 What is the recursive for the sequence? I got a1=3 ; an=an1+4
asked by John Smith on March 5, 2018 
maths
Consider the sequence 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6,.........., n(1)^(n+1) What is the average of first 300 terms of the sequence?
asked by Anonymous on January 3, 2013 
math
fill the sequence 8, 23, 44,74, 116 next two terms of sequence
asked by mira on January 30, 2013 
Math
Give the next three terms of the sequence 5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25,... Then graph the sequence.
asked by JC on June 12, 2018 
Algebra
To help open a jewelry store, Chang borrowed money from his credit union. He took out a personal, amortized loan for $45,000, at an interest rate of 6.45%, with monthly payments for a term of 8 years. For each part, do not round any intermediate
asked by Harry on December 1, 2017 
Grade 9 Algebra Question 3 (LAST)
PASCAL’S TRIANGLE For Exercises 5 and 6, use the following information. Blaise Pascal is known for a special triangular arrangement of numbers, calledPascal’s Triangle.. Each number insuccessive rows of the triangle is created by adding the two numbers
asked by Jab on October 6, 2011 
Math  binomial
Find the indicated terms in the expansion of the given binomial. The first three terms in the expansion of (x+1/x)^40 first term second term third term
asked by Jasper on February 17, 2018 
Advance Biology
I have to find the correct term that best fits each definition. 1)The "transforming factor" that alters pneumonia bacteria 2)The three parts of every nucleotide 3)A pair of these forms a "rung" in the DNA ladder 4)Used to "label" DNA and protein in
asked by Bob on December 1, 2009 
physics
Gravity on the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on earth. What is the weight of a 20 kg object on the moon and on earth? I have to find it in Newtons on earth and on the moon. WeightinNewtons= mass* gravity field on earth, the gravity field is
asked by Jennifer on September 20, 2006 
MATH
the 40 term of an ap is 50 it frist term if it commondiff is 15 what term of the ap give 65
asked by KOREDE on February 27, 2017 
math
1.What is the 10th term of 1/2, 1, 3/2, 5/2 2. What is the 15th term of 0.3, 0.9, 0.15 3. What is the 80th term of 8, 13, 21, 29
asked by alyssa on June 10, 2017 
maths
in a G.P the third term is 32 and the fifth term is 4 find the first term?
asked by dafe on November 28, 2012
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