# Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series A sequence is a set of consecutive integers. A finite sequence contains a last term Infinite sequences continue without.

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Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series A sequence is a set of consecutive integers. A finite sequence contains a last term Infinite sequences continue without stopping. A series is when the terms of a sequence are added. Summation notation, also known as sigma notation is used to write series.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the first five terms of the sequence. Start with n = 1.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the first five terms of the sequence. Start with n = 1.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the first five terms of the sequence. Start with n = 1.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the first five terms of the sequence. Start with n = 1.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the next term in the sequence. Then write a rule for the nth term.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the next term in the sequence. Then write a rule for the nth term.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the series with summation notation.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the series with summation notation.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the series with summation notation.

Notes Over 11.1 Sequences and Series Write the series with summation notation.

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