can someone help me figure out a pattern for the above sequence? and i guess i would also need help creating the general term, but any help will be greatly appreciated!
Thanks a lot!! I just needed to open my mind a bit more to other possibilities. I figured it out and it would like like this 2, 3, 7, 16, 32, 57… Exercise number 1 states to find the next to numbers, and exercise two asks to provide a formula for the nth term of this sequence. Thanks again! Now do y...
I GIVE UP, seriouosly i've tried so many ways to figure this out but i just can't seem to see the pattern :oops: :oops: :oops: Find the next two numbers in each sequence. A) -1, 1 , 3 , 7 , 15 , ______ , _______ B) 3, 1, 2 , -1 , 3 , -4 , ______, _______ C) 16, 24, 36 , 54 , 81, ______, ______ just ...
THANK YOU SO MUCHH!! I get it all now, thnx a lot, for the last two i was able to find formulas that work, just like the one you hinted me to see, it works both ways, but i'll use yours cause it's simpler, and the first one, GOD I swear I couldn't see the pattern in it :roll: But Thanks Again, I'm v...
if my functions is f (x) = 2/3 (x) - 4 can't my inverse be: f^i (x) = x + 4 / (2/3) I mean all I'm doing is just reversing the operations but for example in my book for the following functions, they have a different inverse? g (x) = 5/2 (x) - 4 and the answer at the back is: g^i = 2x + 8 / (5) can s...