3.3 Chapter summary
Previous
3.2 Describing sequences

Next
End of chapter exercises

3.3 Chapter summary (EMA32)

The general term is expressed as the \(n^{\text{th}}\) term and is written as \({T}_{n}\).

We define the common difference \(d\) of a sequence as the difference between any two successive terms, where \(d=T_{n}T(n1)\)

We can work out a general formula for each number pattern and use it to determine any term in the pattern.
Previous
3.2 Describing sequences

Table of Contents 
Next
End of chapter exercises
