Find the sum of the first n terms of the arithmetic sequence.

CheemnCatelvew
2020-11-07
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Find the sum of the first n terms of the arithmetic sequence.

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Answered 2020-11-08
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Step 2 Given

asked 2021-03-02

Write A if the sequence is arithmetic, G if it is geometric, H if it is harmonic, F if Fibonacci, and O if it is not one of the mentioned types. Show your Solution.
a. $\frac{1}{3},\frac{2}{9},\frac{3}{27},\frac{4}{81},...$
b. $3,8,13,18,...,48$

asked 2021-12-08

What is the prime factorization of 144?

A.$2}^{3}\cdot {3}^{2$

B$2}^{4}\cdot {3}^{2$

C$2}^{4}\cdot {3}^{3$

D${2}^{4}\cdot 9$

A.

B

C

D

asked 2021-09-21

To Evaluate: The value of the following.

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c)

d)

asked 2022-05-21

Simplifying an expression using a logarithm

I have the following expression

$\frac{1}{1+\rho}(1+n{)}^{(1-\sigma )}\ast (1+{\gamma}_{A}{)}^{1-\sigma}<1$

and have to use logarithms to get the following

$(1-\sigma )(n+{\gamma}_{A})<\rho $

Could someone please offer me some help on how to do it? That's a homework question in Macroeconomics - we got the solutions and were told to use the logarithms to get them. However, I'm struggling with the complete procedure, so any help is more than welcome.

Thanks!

I have the following expression

$\frac{1}{1+\rho}(1+n{)}^{(1-\sigma )}\ast (1+{\gamma}_{A}{)}^{1-\sigma}<1$

and have to use logarithms to get the following

$(1-\sigma )(n+{\gamma}_{A})<\rho $

Could someone please offer me some help on how to do it? That's a homework question in Macroeconomics - we got the solutions and were told to use the logarithms to get them. However, I'm struggling with the complete procedure, so any help is more than welcome.

Thanks!

asked 2021-12-13

LCM(77, 18) =

asked 2021-12-15

Factor each polynomial.

$x}^{2}-8x+16-{y}^{2$

asked 2022-07-02

Solving for x: ${3}^{x}+{3}^{x+2}={5}^{2x-1}$

Pretty lost on this one. I tried to take the natural log of both sides but did not get the result that I desire.

I have the answer but I would like to be pointed in the right direction. Appreciated if you can give me some hints to this question, thanks!

Pretty lost on this one. I tried to take the natural log of both sides but did not get the result that I desire.

I have the answer but I would like to be pointed in the right direction. Appreciated if you can give me some hints to this question, thanks!