Geometric Sequences

Let us take the sequence S = 3, 9, 15, 21, . Trivial Solution We can easily see that this is an A.P series. The starting term is 3 and the common difference is 6. Hence the nth term of the

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Arithmetic Sequence

Select what you have: Input first few terms of a sequence Example: 2, 3, 9/2, 27/4. Choose what to compute: Find expression for the nth term (default) Identify sequence. Find next term.
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find a1 in arithmetic series

If the sequence is a geometric progression with first term a_1, then the terms will be of the form: a_n = a_1 * r^(n-1) for some constant r. There are also sequences where the

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