# Arithmetic Questions

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The explicit rule for an arithmetic sequence is mc024-1.jpg. What is the value of the 89th term?

What is the common difference in the following arithmetic sequence? 1-12

What is the explicit formula for the arithmetic sequence in the table below?19.2

What is the next term in the sequence 58, 47, 36, 25, ...?

What is the common difference of the arithmetic sequence graphed below?1,-3.75

What is the common difference of the arithmetic sequence graphed below?

Which is true regarding the sequence below?5,2,-3,-10

Which of the following is an arithmetic sequence?

What is the common difference in the following arithmetic sequence? 7, 3, -1, -5, ....

What is the common difference in the following arithmetic sequence? 2.8, 4.4, 6, 7.6, ...

Which of the following is true regarding the sequence graphed below?The sequence is arithmetic because the terms have a common difference.The sequence is arithmetic because the terms do not have a common difference.The sequence is not arithmetic because the terms have a common difference.The sequence is not arithmetic because the terms do not have a common difference.5,25

The second term of an arithmetic sequence is -39. The rule mc014-1.jpg can be used to find the next term of the sequence. What is the explicit rule for the arithmetic sequence?

Which of the following is true about the sequence graphed below?DOTS AT 9,7.5,6

Which of the following is an arithmetic sequence?-20, -25, -30, -35, -45, ...-15.6, -12.9, -10.2, -7.5, -4.8, ...3.1, 6.2, 12.4, 24.8, 49.6, ...7.2, 3.6, 1.8, 0.9, 0.45, ...

The relationship between men's whole-number shoe sizes and foot lengths is an arithmetic sequence, where an is the foot length in inches that corresponds to a shoe size of n. A men's size 9 fits a foot 10.31 inches long, and a men's size 13 fits a foot 11.71 inches long. What is the explicit formula for the arithmetic sequence? Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.

What do you also have to give to show a recurrence relation?

The question is: Ruth puts in £1000 into a bank account. She decides to increase the amount she saves by 10% each year. Calculate the total amount Ruth will have saved after 18 years under this scheme. For this question what type of sequence will be used here?

What is the sum of the first n natural numbers?

How would you work out the sum of arithmetic sequence?

The recurrence relation which produces the sequence: 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, ... is u_k+1 = u_k + 4 The sequence is finite and ends at 100. Find the number of terms.