9120 Number Patterns Any Term From A Rule

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9120 Number Patterns Any Term From A Rule - Quiz


Above is a rule for an Arithmetic Sequence, and a term you need to find. You may see the same rule written as : a = 14 + 10n, without the subscript n on the a. You may also be used to seeing t38 instead of the a38 as shown. They mean the same thing. In this quiz, we are calculating a specific term for the sequence, and giving only the value of this term as the response.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 2. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 3. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 4. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 5. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 6. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 7. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 8. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 9. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 10. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 11. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 12. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 13. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 14. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 15. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 16. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 17. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 18. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 19. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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  • 20. 

    Given the rule above, find the value of the given term. 

    Explanation
    The rule has two parts. 1. The constant - which is the number on it's own (don't forget any negatives) and 2. The Coefficient of 'n' - that's the number in front of the 'n' including the sign - again, don't forget the negative. Substitute 38 into the place of 'n', and you have the value for the nth term! You have an App that does this for you.

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