
trig
find the limit of the sequence if it exists tn= 6/n
asked by jerson on November 10, 2008 
precalculus
Find the first six partial sums S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6 of the sequence. 1/2, 1/2^2, 1/2^3, 1/2^4'...
asked by Ama on November 21, 2012 
Math
How do we find ths next number in the sequence 0.2 , 4 , 3 , 10 , 14
asked by Anna on January 1, 2018 
Probability
MY MAIN PROBLEM IS FIGURING OUT WHAT DISCRETE DISTRIBUTION TO USE, BERNOULLI, BINOMIAL, DISCRETE UNIFORM, GEOMETRIC NEGATIVE BINOMIAL, OR POISSON. Every time I choose one, it's the incorrect one. Is there some way I can easily find out which one to use.
asked by Amelie on March 6, 2008 
Foundation aLGEBRA
Tell whether the sequence is arithmetic. If the sequence is arithmetic, write a function rule to represent it. –3, –1, 1, 3,...
asked by queen sipp on November 5, 2015 
algebra 1
Tell whether the sequence is arithmetic. If the sequence is arithmetic, write a function rule to represent it. 12, –9, 6, –3, ...
asked by bobby on September 24, 2013 
peralgebra
whats the sequence,common difference or common ratio and the next three terms of the sequence of 10,18,26,34
asked by bob on January 17, 2013 
arithmetic
Tell whether the sequence is arithmetic. If the sequence is arithmetic, write a function rule to represent it. 12, –9, 6, –3, ...
asked by saul on January 30, 2012 
math
I fyou start with 2 and count by 4s until youreach the number 202, you will have the following number sequence. 2, 6, 10, 14...202 If 2 is the first number in the sequence, 6 is the second and so on, what number in the sequence is 202?
asked by trinity on March 15, 2010 
Biology
PLEASE CONSIDER EACH OF THE FOLLOWING CHANGES SEPARATELY. Be sure to enter the sequence using the 3letter abbreviations (for example, AlaGlySer), where the left most amino acid of your answer represents the first amino acid of the polypeptide. Another
asked by youlifex on October 23, 2013 
math
a post is driven into the ground. the first strike drives the post 30 inches into the ground. the next strike drives the post 27 inches into the ground. assume these distances form a geometric sequence, what is the total distance the post is driven into
asked by Anonymous on April 22, 2013 
math
a post is driven into the ground. the first strike drives the post 30 inches into the ground. the next strike drives the post 27 inches into the ground. assume these distances form a geometric sequence, what is the total distance the post is driven into
asked by Taylor on April 22, 2013 
math
in an ap the difference is between the 8th and 4th term is 20 and the 8th term is one and the half times the fourth term what is the common difference
asked by dammy on November 8, 2013 
Calculus
Please.... I need your help! I posted this question yesterday and no one has answered it yet. Can anyone help me please? My question was: The Taylor series about x=5 for a certain function f converges to f(x) for all x in the interval of convergence. The
asked by Steven on March 18, 2007 
arithmetic
If 10 times the 10 th term of an AP is equal to 15 times its 15 th term, show that its25 th term is zero.
asked by noor on February 28, 2012 
math
the first and last term of an AP is a and l.show nth term from begining and nth term from end is a l
asked by ritika on May 9, 2015 
Math
The sum of the 4th and 6th terms of an AP is 42. The sum of the 3rd and the 9th term of progression is 52, find the first term and the common difference of the sum of the 1st, 10th terms of the progression
asked by Okoro Jennifer on November 25, 2018 
math
the median of a set of six number is 2.5 given that five number are 8, 1 , 2 , 11 and 1 , find the sixth number . and explain ...
asked by mota on December 28, 2007 
math
if one sixth of a number is added to one eighth of the same number, the result is 35. find the number?
asked by Sandra on February 22, 2017 
Math
Does the following infinite geometric series diverge or converge? Explain. 1/5 + 1/25 + 1/125 + 1/625 A) It diverges; it has a sum. B) It converges; it has a sum. C) It diverges; it does not have a sum. D) It converges; it does not have a sum. I am pretty
asked by M, S, E, on May 4, 2017 
Math...PLease Help Me...
Problem: 63x 25  *  5 4x8 *I have to multiply the expression and simplify it.Thanks for your help. The five goes into the twenty five, and you can factor out a three from the first term in the numerator, and a two from the second term in the
asked by Margie on February 27, 2007 
world history
Why did king john of England sign the Magna Carta in 1215? A.The church forced him to sign it in order to set up the Estates General B.His heirs insisted he sign it in order to establish a line of succession C.The Crusades were bankrupting the country.
asked by ciara on May 19, 2012 
Math
Find the commonest difference of the arithmetic sequence. 1/2,1/3,1/6,0
asked by Mike on October 27, 2011 
Algebra
Find the common difference for the given sequence. 1.05, 1.1, 1.15, 1.2, ... 0.005 0.05 0.5
asked by isaac clarke on October 16, 2014 
algebra
How do I find out the sum of the first 38 terms of the sequence using 4,8,2,6,2,4,8,2,6,2... I am confused.
asked by Vang on June 20, 2014 
Algebra II
find An if n = 2 of the arithmetic sequence with An = 14n  3 i'm lost can some one help
asked by anonymous on April 18, 2011 
Math
Find the next three terms in the sequence. –1, 9, 19, 29, . . . (1 point) A. 38, 37, 32 B. 40, 51, 62 C. 39, 49, 69 D. 38, 47, 56*** Am I wrong?
asked by jai on April 21, 2016 
Math
Find the first five terms of the sequence using the recursive rule: a1 = 2/3, and An = 5a N1
asked by Annie on March 20, 2013 
please help me please!!! Math
Find a6 for an arithmetic sequence where a1=3x+1 and d=2x+6 . I can't even solve it because I do not have any idea.
asked by Jnr John on April 16, 2013 
Precal
Find x such that 8 x  3, 3 x  1, and 2 x + 49 are consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence. x=?
asked by Teagan on November 29, 2013 
Math
If 5+x, 8, and 1+2x are consecutive terms in an arithmetic sequence, find x.
asked by Han on May 29, 2014 
mathematicssequence
. Find 3tails of d sequence:{2,4,6,8,10,12,14} show workings #thanks
asked by p1 on March 24, 2016 
Math
Find the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression. 3n+5 A. 3,8,14,20 B. 8,11,14,17 C. 3,6,9,12 D. 0,8,11,14
asked by Lyssa1 on February 6, 2019 
Algebra
Find the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression. 3n + 5 A.5, 8, 11, 14 B.8, 11, 14, 17 C.3, 6, 9, 12 D.0, 8, 11, 14 I think it is C...?
asked by cassie on March 21, 2013 
algebra 1
find the common ratio of each sequence: 1. 8,20,50,125......? 2. 0.48,0.9,1.8,3.6.....?
asked by liz on March 31, 2009 
Algebra
Find the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression. 3n+5
asked by Parker on February 22, 2017 
Advances Functions And Modeling
Find the sum of the first 40 terms of the arithmetic sequence: 13, 19, 25, 31, ...
asked by Andrew on May 24, 2011 
mathematicssequence
. Find 3tails of d sequence:{2,4,6,8,10,12,14} please show workings #thanks
asked by P1 on March 24, 2016 
math
A sequence is generated by the recurrence relation Ur+1 = 1/Ur 3. Given that U2 = U1 find the possible of U1
asked by lindsay on March 18, 2013 
Math
Find the next three terms of the sequence below. 80, 20, 5, 5/4,... My answers: 5/16, 5/64, and 5/256
asked by Anonymous on January 28, 2014 
Math
Given the arthmetic sequence 2 old no 1 all over 2, 1,...., 71, find the common difference.
asked by Geometric on September 17, 2011 
Math
tn  tn1 = 2n + 3; t1 = 10 Find the first five terms in the sequence using this recursive formuls
asked by Kate on July 11, 2011 
arithmetic
Find the sum of the first 40 terms of the arithmetic sequence. 19, 24, 29, 34
asked by Lindsay on November 17, 2010 
Algebra
Find the common difference of this arithmetic sequence: a_(n) = 8n +14
asked by Benny on November 1, 2018 
precalculus
Find a quadratic model for the sequence with the indicated terms. 3, 3, 5, 9, 15, 23, ...
asked by sally on December 14, 2016 
Statistics
Below Find a sequence of probabilites generated using excel. What is this
asked by Jason L on March 7, 2007 
Math
Find the first five terms of each sequence, defined by the given rule. An=6N2
asked by Courtney on May 5, 2011 
maths
find the sum of the first 12th terms of the sequence 8, 5, 2 ......
asked by nnaji neme on November 12, 2017 
geometry
The following gives a geometic sequence 2, P Q 250 find the values of P and Q
asked by B .b on September 30, 2011 
math
find first 4 terms of following sequence: a1=6 abd an=2an1+3 for n >2
asked by lisa on November 26, 2012 
alg
write the explicit formula for the sequence 7,2,3,8,13 and find a 14
asked by jerson on June 9, 2008 
math
For the sequence 0,3,8,15,24,35.... find a formula for tsubn in terms of n.
asked by Kate on May 2, 2012 
Math
1. Find the sum of the sequence: 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, .... My answer is 64/3. Am I correct?
asked by Brianna on October 17, 2014 
Math
tn  tn1 = 2n + 3 Find the first five terms in the sequence using this recursive formuls
asked by Kate on July 11, 2011 
Math
Find the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression. 3n + 5 A.5,8,11,14 B.8,11,14,17 C.3,6,9,12 D.0,8,11,14
asked by Anonymous on March 7, 2014 
math
find the missing number in each sequence... 30,_____,19, 13 1/2
asked by unknown on October 24, 2016 
Math
Find the missing number in each sequence. 5, ____ , 10, 12 1/2 A) 7 B) 7 1/2 C) 8 D) 8 1/2
asked by Random User on February 9, 2016 
math
For the sequence 3,8,15,24,35.... find a formula for tsubn in terms of n.
asked by Em on May 22, 2012 
Math
find p so that the numbers 7p+2, 5p+12, 2p1...... form an arithmetic sequence
asked by Jj on January 29, 2016 
Economy
Is this something that can be written in two paragraphs? I need two paragraphs but only have one and I am completely out of ideas for the second. Explain the idea that “Politicians would make more rational economic decisions if they weren’t running for
asked by Anonymous on April 7, 2019 
stats help plz ASAP
Suppose that one of every 100 people ina certain community is infected with HIV. You want to identify an HIVpositive person ina study of an experimental new drug. How many individuals would you expect to have to interview in order to find the first person
asked by david on January 23, 2007 
math [radicals]
how do you multiply a radical with a regular number ? for example: 4radical2 ( 2+ 2radical3) first term: 4sqrt2 * 2= 8sqrt2 second term 2sqrt2 * 2 sqrt3= 2*2 * sqrt (2*3) = 4 sqrt6 first term: 4sqrt2 * 2= 8sqrt2 second term 2sqrt2 * 2 sqrt3= 2*2 * sqrt
asked by courtney on May 20, 2007 
Algebra 2
A diamond is purchased for $3500. Its value increases 5% each year. Find the value of the diamond at the end of the sixth year of ownership. Please explain
asked by Nicole on February 19, 2015 
Math sequence
Let {An} be the sequence defined recursively by A1=sqr(2) and A(n+1) = sqr(2+An) for n is bigger and equal to 1. Show that An < 2. What is An? and how do I find it? Thank you for your time. An is the nth number in the sequence, and is defined by the
asked by Belle on January 7, 2007 
math
The 5th and 10th terms of A. P are  12 and 27 respectively. Find the A. P and its 15th term. (B) The first three terms of an A. P are x and the 10th term.
asked by oshinowo ayodeji Samuel on February 10, 2016 
Chemistry
At one stage you add phosphate ion to the ractions sequence. where exactly does this phosphate end up? It is not weighed in with the copper at the end. Reaction sequence: Cu(NO3)2 = Cu(OH)2 =CuSO4 = Cu3(PO4)2= CuCl2=Cu
asked by Missy on September 15, 2010 
Chemistry
At one stage you add phosphate ion to the ractions sequence. where exactly does this phosphate end up? It is not weighed in with the copper at the end. Reaction sequence: Cu(NO3)2 = Cu(OH)2 =CuSO4 = Cu3(PO4)2= CuCl2=Cu
asked by Missy on September 15, 2010 
Chemistry
At one stage you add phosphate ion to the ractions sequence. where exactly does this phosphate end up? It is not weighed in with the copper at the end. Reaction sequence: Cu(NO3)2 = Cu(OH)2 =CuSO4 = Cu3(PO4)2= CuCl2=Cu
asked by Missy on September 15, 2010 
Math
The expression 3 x n can be written 3n. Use n= 1,2,3 ..., 10 to evaluate the expression. Describe the set of ten numbers. Suppose the sequence continues ror values of n greater than 10. Do the numbers 12, 21, 30 or 210 appeae in the sequence?
asked by Sally on August 28, 2017 
American History
Which option most effectively analyzes an immediate and a longterm effect of the assassination of President Lincoln? An immediate effect was the impeachment of Vice President Andrew Johnson; a longterm effect was enhanced security measures at all public
asked by Quinn on December 5, 2018 
statistics
A study of 40 psychology teachers showed that they spent, on average, 12.6 minutes correcting a student's final term paper. Find the 90 percent confidence interval of the mean time for all psychology teachers correcting final term papers when the deviation
asked by Anonymous on October 21, 2011 
physics
The distance between the second and sixth crests in a wave is 75cm and one crest travels a distance of 25 cm in 3.0s . Find the frequency of the wave
asked by Melissa on June 6, 2012 
math
A diamond is purchased for $3500. Its value increases 4% each year. Find the value of the diamond at the end of the sixth year of ownership.
asked by may on March 19, 2015 
math
. If the mean of six values is 59 and five of the values are 42, 76, 59, 51, and 72 find the sixth value.
asked by Jonathan on February 9, 2012 
Biology
For the DNA sequence given below, write the complementary DNA sequence that would compliment the doublestrand DNA 3'ATTGCTTACTTGCATGGTACCTCTAGCGTTTAGGC5'
asked by Danielle on March 22, 2014 
biology
I have been given a DNA nucleotide sequence and have established the equivalent mRNA sequence.I have then been given 2 mutations and I have worked out the new mRNA sequence but I have to suggest why it may change the function of the new protein. The new
asked by Hol on April 8, 2007 
Biology
A mutation of c to t in position 3 and another of G to A in position 7 results in the production of a different sequence of ammino acids work out the new sequence and suggest why it might change the function of the new protein I get the sequence of
asked by Bex on March 25, 2007 
childhood
it has been propsed that there is a tendency for parent to trat full term babies better than preterm babies a big reason is ? a. that a full term infants don't cry as much. b. that the behavior of pre term babes is more annoying and irratible c. that pre
asked by alisha on February 20, 2011 
arithmetic
the sum of the n termsof an ap whose first term is 5 and common difference is 36 is equal to the sum of 2n terms of another AP whose first term is 36 ans common difference is 5. Find n?
asked by FEBIN on January 16, 2012 
trigonometry
Hint: The total of angle measurements inside any pentagon is the same. Hint: Look up the mathematical definition of an arithmetic sequence. IF THE MEASURES OF THE ANGLES OF A PENTAGON FORM AN ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE, WHAT ARE THE GREATEST AND LEAST MEASURES
asked by Leo on January 10, 2007 
Probability
A binary communication system is used to send one of two messages: (i) message A is sent with probability 2/3, and consists of an infinite sequence of zeroes, (ii) message B is sent with probability 1/3, and consists of an infinite sequence of ones. The
asked by John on March 6, 2015 
english composition 2
A simple standard definition is normally composed of all of the following exept. a. characteristic of some class b.the term to be define c. A class containing the term to be define d. the distintive characteristic of the term I chose A
asked by siulaniperez on March 5, 2015 
Arithmetic
The sum of three consecutive terms of a geometric progression is 42, and their product is 512. Find the three terms.
asked by samuel on November 25, 2017 
Physics...Friction
A 75 kg box slides down a 25 degree ramp with an acc. of 3.6 m/s2. find mu,k between the box and the ramp. Write down Newton's second law for the direction of motion. "a" is the acceleration. Mg sin 25  M g cos 25 *mu,k = M a The first term is the weight
asked by Christy on February 24, 2007 
Early Childhood Ed.
When a teacher shows children how to do a sponge painting with geometric shapes and then shows pictures of geometric shapes during group time,the teacher is probably using art to: A. create seat work B. discourage childdirected activities C. teach each
asked by Keisha on April 8, 2007 
ALGEBRA
the arithmetic mean of two numbers exceeds their geometric mean by two. find the numbers if one is 40 less than other? please help me to answer this homework.
asked by Bea on June 20, 2015 
Math
In 1985, 10% of Americans had no close friends. On average, this has increased by approximately 0.77% per year a. Write a formula for the nth term of the arithmetic sequence that models the percentage of Americans with no close friends n years after 1984.
asked by Dee on December 14, 2015 
Math
determine if the sequence is arithmetic. If it is, find the common difference.1. 35, 32, 29, 26
asked by Tadahshia on February 10, 2016 
think mathematically
Make up an arithmetic sequence problem (find the 10th value)
asked by Sallly on July 9, 2016 
algabra 2
find the sum of the 1st 70 terms of the arithmetic sequence 16,6,4,14
asked by nakiera on May 30, 2010 
Math
So i have to find the first 5 terms of each sequence; 2^x1. Would I start at 0? I mean is 0 a natural number
asked by DAMIANN on May 6, 2018 
algebra
In a sequence given by Tn = a + b bn the 6th and 13th terms are 22 and 71 respectively. Find the values of a and b.
asked by Habu on January 23, 2016 
algebra
In a sequence given by Tn = a + b bn the 6th and 13th terms are 22 and 71 respectively. Find the values of a and b.
asked by hussaini on January 23, 2016 
Math
For the arithmetic sequence (2  x), (6 + 2x), (x + 2), solve for x and find t10. Would I have to start off like this below::: an = a1 + (n  1) d d = (6 + 2x)(2  x) = (x + 2)(6 + 2x)
asked by Anonymous on December 27, 2010 
Algebra 2
How do I find the first five terms of each sequence? a(1)=3, a(n+1)=a(n)+5 The things in the parentheses are subscripts.
asked by Ana on April 13, 2010 
another question algebra
write an explicit formula for the sequence 7,2,3,8,13 then find a14
asked by john on June 9, 2008 
precalculus
Find the first five terms of the given recursively defined sequence. an = 3an − 1 + 9 and a1 = 2
asked by Ama on November 22, 2012 
I HAVE A MATH TEST TOMORROW HELPPP PLEASE!
im not sure how to find the first four terms of each arithmetic sequence tn=4+(n1)(3) helpp me pleasee!
asked by Mandy on May 27, 2008 
maths
Find the limit of the sequence below as n tends to infinity Un+1 = 0.6Un  0.3 U1 = 4500
asked by Anonymous on April 26, 2016 
I HAVE A MATH TEST TOMORROW HELPPP PLEASE!
im not sure how to find the first four terms of each arithmetic sequence tn=4+(n1)(3) helpp me pleasee!
asked by Mandy on May 27, 2008
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