Outcome: demonstrate an understanding of the relationships that exist between arithmetic operations and the operations used when solving equations
Originators: Dylan, Matthew
An arithmetic sequence is an ordered set of numbers formed according to some pattern or rule
{4,7,10,13,.....} The dots are ellipsis' which means that this sequence is infinite
The formula for an arithmetic sequence is
tn=t1+d(n-1)
t1= the first term in the sequence
d= common difference
n= any term in the sequence
A sequence that has a comon difference is called an arithmetic sequence
{2,4,6,8,...}
V V V
{2,2, 2,....} D2= 2
{1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,...} tn=2n-1
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