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# What are the next 3 terms in the following sequence? 2.3,6.6,10.9

Im pretty bad at math sorry

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Which terms could be used as the first term of the expression below to create a polynomial written in standard form? Check all that apply. + 8r2s4 – 3r3s3 s5 3r4s5 –r4s6 –6rs5

Option 2,3 and 4 are correct.

Step-by-step explanation:

To find : Which terms could be used as the first term of the expression below to create a polynomial written in standard form? Check all that apply.

Solution :

The polynomials in standard form is written from higher degree to lower degree i.e. in descending order.

The given polynomial has degree 6: , and it can be ordered respect any of the two variables either r or s.

Adding a new term as first term needs to have degree equal or greater than 6.

1) cannot use as first term because its degree is less than 6.

2) it can be use as degree is 9.

is the standard form.

3) it can be use as degree is 10.

is the standard form.

4) it can be use as degree is 6.

is the standard form.

Therefore, Option 2,3 and 4 are correct.

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Which CANNOT be used in a proof? A. Theorems B.Postulates C.Properties D.Undefined Terms

The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by the first question is the fourth choice or letter D.

Undefined terms cannot be used as a proof in mathematics.

I hope my answer has come to your help. God bless and have a nice day ahead!

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Algebraic terms are separated by ______. Choose all that apply. 1)= 2)+ 3)x 4)÷ 5)-

1)=

2)+

5)-

Explanation

When letter or numbers are separated by multiplication or division can be combined to make one term.

In an algebra equation, terms are separated by an addition sign, subtraction sign or an equal sign. For example,

3a + 7b = 21.

This equation have 3 terms.

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Which answer describes the type of sequence? −99, −88, −66, −55, ... A. arithmetic B. neither arithmetic nor geometric C. geometric

Here, Geometric ratio, r = -88/-99 or -66/-88 which is 8/9 or 6/8. As they are not equal, it is not a geometric.

Now, Arithmetic difference, d = -88-(-99) or -66-(-88) which is 11 or 22. As they are not equal, it is not a Arithmetic.

So, it's neither an Arithmetic nor a Geometric.

Hope this helps!

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What is the common ratio for the geometric sequence? 54, 36, 24, 16...

Geometric ration, r = 36/54 or 24/36 which is equal to 2/3

Hope this helps!

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What is the common difference d of the sequence? 9, −8, −25, −42, −59, ... d =

Common difference, d = -8-9 or -25-(-8) which is equal to -17

Hope this helps!

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What is the next 3 terms in the following sequence, 5.5,6.7,7.9,9.1

10.3, 11.5, 12.7, u keep adding 1.2 every time so u can get the answer, can u make this the brainliest???

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Explicit arithmetic formula for the sequence 16,13,10,7,4

It is adding negative3 every time not subtracting three because you can't do that when working with arithmitic

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4,-24,144,-864,... whats the 8th term in the sequence?

Are 24 and 864 supposed to be negatives?

If so, that means that each term is multiplied by negative 6.
So, 4 times -6 = -24. Then -24 x -6 = 144. And so on.

So -864 x -6 = 5,184. (5th term)
5,184 x -6 = -31,104. (6th term)
-31,104 x -6 = 186,624. (7th term)
186,624 x -6 = -1,119,744. (8th term)

I think, and hope, that it is correct. Hope this helps! :)

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Combine like terms to simplify the expression: 1.3b+7.8−3.2b

That'd be
1.3b -3.2b +7.8
-1.9b + 7.8
that's the simplification
don't forget to make my answer the brainliest if it's correct

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20(−1.5r+0.75) expand the expression and combine like terms

-30r + 15

Step-by-step explanation:

We have been given that

20(−1.5r+0.75)

Use the distributive property a(b+c)=ab+ac.

20×(−1.5r)+20×0.75

Multiplying, we get

-30r +15

These two are not like terms. Hence , we cannot combine them.

Therefore, we cannot simplify it more.

Hence, the simplified expression is -30r + 15

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What is the explicit rule for this geometric sequence? 4,4/5,4/25,4/125,…

To find the nth sequence you just use this function. (^ being the power of )

f(n) = 4/5^n

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Write the explicit formula for the sequence 3,5,7,9,11

3+2=5
5+2=7
7+2=9
9+2=11
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so d=2
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formula:a(n)=a(1)+(n-1)d
a(n)=3+(n-1)2
a(n)=3+2n-2=2n+1

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What is an equation that models the sequence 400, 200, 100, 50, ?

N / 2

400 / 2 = 200
200 / 2 = 100
100 / 2 = 50
50 / 2 = 25
25 / 2 = 12.5

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A sequence is defined recursively using the formula f(n + 1) = f(n) – 5 . Which sequence could be generated using this formula? 1, –5, 25, –125, ... 2, 10, 50, 250, ... 3, –2, –7, –12, ... 4, 9, 14, 19, ...

Lets take second number in each sequance as
f(n+1) and first as
f(n)

for first sequance we get:
25 = -5 -5 which is not true.

second sequance:
50 = 10 -5  again not true.

third sequance
-7 = -2 - 5 which is true. If we use f(n+1) to be -12 and f(n) to be -7 again we will see that formula describes this third sequance.

last one if we check for just in case we will see that it doesn't fallow the formula.