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Arithmetic Sequences!

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Estee Balakhaneh

on 12 April 2013

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Sam wants to run 100 meters in two minutes. The first day, he runs 15 meters in two minutes, and the second day he runs 20 meters in two minutes as well. How many days does he need to run 100 meters in two minutes? Videos!! 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c * What is an Arithmetic Sequence? Fun exercises! Example #1 Arithmetic Sequences Example #2 Definition and Notes! - An Arithmetic Sequence is a sequence of numbers such that the difference between the consecutive terms is constant. What is the formula for an Arithmetic Sequence? * The formula is: * An art theatre has 40 seats in the first row, 47 seats in the second row and 54 seats in the third row, and there is a total of 25 rows. How many seats are there in the total theatre? * Sadie's GPA in 10th grade was a 2.6, if her GPA increased by 3 in the next two semesters, and there are only two semesters left, what will her GPA be by the end of the year? This is an example of an arithmetic sequence: Example #3 * Rihanna weighs 120 pounds. If she decides to lose 5 pounds a month for 3 months, how much will she weigh by the end of the third month? http://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/arithmetic-sequences
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