# Can You Find And Match The Value?

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At times you are asked to find the term number when a value is first reached or exceeded. This involves using page 1.3 to find the value, and then match the value to the term number. Note: If a term must 'exceed' 200, then it must be ABOVE 200.

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### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 0.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 2.

### Above are the first term and common difference for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value first exceeds 0.

Explanation
Use the App 'ad', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3.

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• 3.

### Above is a rule for a sequence. Find the term number of the sequence which first exceeds 45.

Explanation
Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column B to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 4.

### Above is a rule for a sequence. Find the term number of the sequence which first exceeds 110.

Explanation
Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column B to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 5.

### Above is a rule for a sequence. Find the term number of the sequence which first exceeds 140.

Explanation
Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column B to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 6.

### Above is a rule for a sequence. Find the term number of the sequence which first exceeds 80.

Explanation
Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column B to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 7.

### Above is a rule for a sequence. Find the term number of the sequence which first exceeds 20.

Explanation
Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column B to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 8.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 100.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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• 9.

### Above is a rule for a sequence. Find the term number of the sequence which first exceeds 100.

Explanation
Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column B to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 10.

### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 1000.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 11.

### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 300.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 12.

### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 255.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 13.

### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 200.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 14.

### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 100.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 15.

### Above is a rule for an arithmetic series. Find the term number where the sum of this sequence first exceeds 70.

Explanation
This is a Series Questions - Not a Sequence Question. Use Rule, Page 1.3, find the first number in column C to exceed (go over) the given number.

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• 16.

### Above are the first term and common difference for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value first exceeds 100.

Explanation
Use the App 'ad', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3.

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• 17.

### Above are the first term and common difference for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value first exceeds 50.

Explanation
Use the App 'ad', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3.

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• 18.

### Above are the first term and common difference for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value first exceeds 20.

Explanation
Use the App 'ad', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3.

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• 19.

### Above are the first term and common difference for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value first exceeds 30.

Explanation
Use the App 'ad', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3.

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• 20.

### Above are the first term and common difference for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value first exceeds 10.

Explanation
Use the App 'ad', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3.

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• 21.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 50.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES of questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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• 22.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 150.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES of questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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• 23.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 1000.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES of questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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• 24.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 500.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES of questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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• 25.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 400.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES of questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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• 26.

### Above are the first four terms for an arithmetic sequence. Find the term number where the value for the SERIES first exceeds 200.

Explanation
Use the App 'first3', and find the value of the term on Page 1.3. Note IT IS A SERIES of questions, not SEQUENCE. Use column C.

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