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sequencesandARITHMETIC SEQUENCES
-in mathematics, it is a string of objects, like numbers, that follow a particular pattern. The individual elements in a sequence are called terms.
SEQUENCE
- is a list of things (usually numbers) that are in order.-some of the simplest sequences can be found in multiplication tables:
SEQUENCE
examples3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, …
Pattern: “add 3 to the previous number to get the next number”0, 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, …Pattern: “add 12 to the previous number to get the next number”
examples10,–2 8,×2 16,–2 14,×2 28,–2 26,×2 52,
…Pattern: “alternatingly subtract 2 and multiply by 2 to get the next number”0,+2 2,+4 6,+6 12,+8 20,+10 30,+12 42, …Pattern: “add increasing even numbers to get the next number”
infiniteSEQUENCE
When the sequence goes on forever it is called an infinite sequence,
otherwise it is a finite sequence
examples{1, 2, 3, 4, ...} is a very simple sequence
(and it is an infinite sequence){20, 25, 30, 35, ...} is also an infinite sequence{1, 3, 5, 7} is the sequence of the first 4 odd numbers (and is a finite sequence)
examples{1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, ...} is an infinite
sequence where every term doubles{a, b, c, d, e} is the sequence of the first 5 letters alphabetically
arithmeticSEQUENCE
In an arithmetic sequence, the difference between consecutive terms is constant. The constant difference is denoted by d.
arithmeticSEQUENCE
FORMULA: an= a1 + (n-1) d
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examplesFind the common difference and the
next term of the following sequence:3, 11, 19, 27, 35,...
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To find the common difference, you have to subtract a pair of terms. It doesn't matter which
pair you pick, as long as they are right next to each other:
11 – 3 = 819 – 11 = 827 – 19 = 835 – 27 = 8
The difference is always 8, so d = 8. Then the next term is 35 + 8 = 43.
examplesFind the common ratio and the
seventh term of the following sequence:
2/9, 2/3, 2, 6, 18,...
examplesTo find the common ratio, you have to divide a
pair of terms. It doesn't matter which pair you pick, as long as they're right next to each other:The ratio is always 3, so r = 3. Then the sixth
term is (18)(3) = 54 and the seventh term is(54)(3) = 162.
examplesMarvin is practicing the guitar for a
competition. He starts by practicing the guitar for 30 minutes on the first day and
then increases the practice time by 10 minutes each day. If the pattern continues, how many minutes will he spend practicing
on the 7th day?
examplesa1 = 30 minutes
d= 10 minutesa7 = ?
examplesFORMULA: a7= 30 + (7-1)
10= 30 + 60
= 90 minutes
examplesEd Sheeran’s concert venue has 100
rows of seats with 30 seats in the first row, 35 seats in the second row, 40
seats in the third row and so on. How many seats are there in the 69th row?
examplesa1 = 30 seats
d= 5 seatsa69 = ?
examplesFORMULA: a69= 30 + (69-1)
5= 30 + 340
= 370 seats
Prepared by:- Daphne Millen Arenas
-Kent Daryl Acuna-Marvin Dale Lopez
- Angelicka Kim Batalla- Ericka Lei Gamalong