Find the 60th term of the arithmetic sequence 14, 25, 36, .....
An arithmetic sequence is a sequence with a common difference. When you go from 14 to 25 to 36 to ...., you are subtracting 11 each time. The 60th term would be found by starting with 14 and subtracting 11, fiftynine times.
= 14  11(59) {started with 14 and subtracted 11 fiftynine times} = 14  649 {multiplied} = 663 {subtracted} Here is another example:
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Angie
11/17/2021 05:23:46 pm
Find the 60th term of the arithmetic sequence 29, 49, 69, ...
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Algebra House
11/17/2021 06:44:16 pm
No problem….
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