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not the sum of them, just the ones that use the formulas a(n)=a(1)+(n-1)(d) and a(n)=a(1)(r)^n-1^ thanks a lot. i have a math test tomorrow and i want to study for it.how do i write the nth term of a geometric sequence?
i don't know how to do these and i got 30 of these to do. here are the first three problems on my worksheet and could show the work and tell me how you got it? 1. 5,15,45,135,405.. 2. r=3, a1 = 6 3. 1,6,36,216,1296. then find a8is this still considered a geometric sequence?
i'm doing this worksheet for my math homework on geometric and arithmetic sequences and i don't understand this one problem. so in the directions it says to write if the sequence is geometric, arithmetic or neither. i know that they have to have a pattern which this one does but i'm not sure if it's still considered an arithmetic sequence. so the seqeunce goes 5,6,8,11,15 and i know its +1, +2, +3, +4 but i wasnt sure if it would be neither or arithmetic because the pattern changes it's not continuously +1 or whatever. another problem says i have to make the sequence and it says start with 18 multiply by .1 then .2 and so on. i understand how to do that but what would i label it as? geometric or neither? someone please let me know! thank you!algebra help! how do i solve this geometric sequence's rate and first term?
the fifth term of a geometric sequence is 6, the ninth term is 96. i need to find the common ratio and the first term. first off, what is the formula to solve the ratio in a geometric sequence. i dont think i caught on with my teachers examples. after that i think i may know how to find the first term, but i would like to see some backup info if i have it done right. thanks! lol and no i dont have a textbook for this semester. my professor is going all worksheets and lectures in person. i go to class and scribble notes down but she is not organized at all! she teaches like a elementry teacher and never uses numbers! she's always like "this guy goes into this guy, and then it gets this guy" the fuh? she was upset at my whole 150+ people in my class and demanded for us to do test corrections yet she doesnt realize its the way shes teaching.help on 5 problems, please geometric sequences, series?
i am absolutely terrible at mathematics, and i have a final soon. a few worksheets were handed out on monday as study guides, and so far these five problems have me puzzled. first problem: find the sum of the first 5 terms of the geometric sequence. the second term is 3 and the third term is 3/7. second problem: find the sum of each infinite geometric series, if possible. 16 8 4 . . . third problem: find the sum of each infinite geometric series, if possible. 81 - 27 9 - . . . fourth problem: write decimal in fraction form. check the answer by performing a long division. 0.18 with a bar over the 18 (infinity) fifth problem: john has $20000 in a safe deposit box. each year, he spends 12% of what is left in the box. how much will be in the box after 16 years? please round the answer to the nearest cent. any help would be much appreciated. thanks! no more answers needed. will be selecting the answer below as best answer. thanks.
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