My sons homework says 'Find the nth term of' & then gives 5 sets of numbers. I have no clue how to help him with this?
asked Sep 26, 2013 in Other Math Topics by Anon

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sho us the numbers . . me spekt its a sequens . . . simpel zampel...1, 2, 3, 4, 5...=list with tipikal term=n . . . that meen the nth term=n . . . slitely harder...2, 4, 6... term n=2*n . . . math-men invent much more komplex thangs such a s . . . 1, 4, 9, 16,...term n=n^2 . .. . no limit tu the thangs sumwon thank up
answered Sep 26, 2013 by muneepenee

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