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Section 7.2 Arithmetic Sequences Arithmetic Sequence Finding the nth term of an Arithmetic Sequence
Find the next four terms.
Arithmetic Sequence a common difference between consecutive terms. Ex: Determine if the following are arithmetic
With a partner find the common difference, d, for each of the given sequences. You may need to write out the terms if the formula is given.
nth term of an arithmetic sequence nth term first term common difference
Ex: Write out the first five terms of the arithmetic sequence if
Ex: From the previous example, find
Ex: Find for the arithmetic sequence having and
Ex: Find d, and for the arithmetic sequence having and
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