1A. Sequences & series intro (SN)

IB Maths: Analysis & Approaches: 1A. Sequences & series intro (SN)

Sub-sections on this page:1A.1 Basics1A.2 Finding the \(n\)th term1A.3 Using technology1A.4 Summary1A.5 Challenge questionA numerical sequence is a set of numbers listed in a specific order that is determined by a rule. For example, the sequence \(3,\;7,\;11,\;15,\;19,\;23\) is a list of six numbers that begins with the number 3 and the remaining numbers in the list are determined by applying the rule “add 4” to proceed...

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