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- 2 Sequences and Series Arithmetic Sequences and Series Geometric Sequences and Series Counting Principles Probability 100 200 300 400 500
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- 3 Sequences and Series 100 Determine if the following sequences are arithmetic, geometric, or neither. 1. -9, -5, -1, 3, 2. 0, 5, 15, 30, 50, 3. -, 1, -2, 4,
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- 4 Sequences and Series 200 Write the first four terms of the sequence
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- 5 Sequences and Series 300 Write the first three terms of the sequence where a 1 = -2.
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- 6 Sequences and Series 400 Find the sum
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- 7 Sequences and Series 500 Write the following sum in sigma notation. [(1) 2 5] + [(2) 2 5] + [(3) 2 5] + + [(10) 2 5]
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- 8 Arithmetic Sequences and Series 100 Find the 20 th term of the arithmetic sequence. 10, 5, 0, -5, -10, .
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- 9 Arithmetic Sequences and Series 200 Find the 19 th term of the arithmetic sequence a 1 = 5, a 4 = 15
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- 10 Arithmetic Sequences and Series 300 Find the 1 st term of the arithmetic sequence with a 5 = 190 and a 10 = 115.
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- 11 Arithmetic Sequences and Series 400 Find the 1001 st term of the sequence with a 1 = -4 and a 5 = 16.
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- 12 Arithmetic Sequences and Series 500 Use the Gauss formula to find the sum of the first 30 terms of the sequence -30, -23, -16, -9,
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- 13 Geometric Sequences and Series 100 Find the 6 th term of the geometric sequence with a 1 = 64 and r = -1/4.
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- 14 Geometric Sequences and Series 200 Find the 22 nd term of the sequence 4, 8, 16,
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- 15 Geometric Sequences and Series 300 Find the sum of the infinite geometric sequence 6, 2, 2/3, .
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- 16 Geometric Sequences and Series 400 Find S 10 for the sequence 7, 14, 28,
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- 17 Geometric Sequences and Series 500 Find S 16 for the sequence 200, 50, 12.5,
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- 18 Counting Principles 100 In how many ways can a 7 question True- False exam be answered? Do you use permutations, combinations, or a slot-method to solve the problem?
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- 19 Counting Principles 200 How many distinct license plates can be issued consisting of one letter followed by a three-digit number? (Suppose the numbers CAN repeat) Do you use permutations, combinations, or a slot-method to solve the problem?
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- 20 Counting Principles 300 The Statistics class needs 10 students to answer a survey. Mrs. Cox has 15 students in her 4 th period Algebra 2 class. In how many different ways can she choose the 10 students? Do you use permutations, combinations, or a slot-method to solve the problem?
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- 21 Counting Principles 400 Compute the following without a calculator. 1. 6! 2. 7 P 2 3. 5 C 2
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- 22 Counting Principles 500 An exacta in horse racing is when you correctly guess which horses will finish first and second. If there are eight horses in the race, how many different possible outcomes for the exacta are there? Do you use permutations, combinations, or a slot-method to solve the problem?
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- 23 Probability 100 What are the odds of getting a tails when flipping a fair coin? What is the probability?
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- 24 Probability 200 What is the probability you roll a 7 or 11 with a pair of dice?
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- 25 Probability 300 What is the probability of getting a 100% on a 5 question multiple-choice test with options A, B, C, and D?
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- 26 Probability 400 There is a raffle at the end of the year in Mrs. Coxs class. When a name is drawn, it is placed back into the box. There are three prizes an iPod worth $150, $100 in cash, and an iPad worth $800. To help offset the price of these items, she charges $10 for a ticket (the rest of the money was donated). Each of Mrs. Coxs students gets one ticket. She has 65 students. What is the expected value? Should you participate in the raffle?
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- 27 Probability 500 27 A bag contains 3 red, 4 green, 2 blue, and 1 purple candy. A piece of candy is selected, it is eaten, and then a second piece is selected. Draw a tree diagram. What is the probability of the following events? 1. P(2 red) 2. P(2 purple) 3. P(1 green and 1 blue)