# 1. What is the difference between the arithmetic mean and geometric mean between 3 and 27 isa) 15 b) 6 c) 12 d) o

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1. It should be 4, you multiply -1/3 common ratio

2.c

3.d

4.d

5.c

6.hindi kumpleto ang tanong.

7.a

8.d

9.hindi kumpleto ang tanong ano yung common ratio

10.c

11.anggulo ng tanong pakiayos

12.anggulo din ng tanong

So I did my work so many times and I got 9 but I don't know Imaooo sry :)

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An arithmetic sequence is a sequence in which the difference between each consecutive term is constant. An arithmetic sequence can be defined by an explicit formula in which an = d (n - 1) + c, where d is the common difference between consecutive terms, and c = a1

A sequence is a set of numbers, called terms, arranged in some particular order. An arithmetic sequence is a sequence with the difference between two consecutive terms constant. The difference is called the common difference.

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An arithmetic sequence has a constant difference between each term. ... A geometric sequence has a constant ratio (multiplier) between each term. An example is: 2,4,8,16,32,… So to find the next term in the sequence we would multiply the previous term by 2.

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an arithmetic sequence is a sequence with the difference between two consecutive terms constant. A geometric sequence is a sequence with the ratio between two consecutive terms constant.

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Part 1

Arithmetic sequence is a sequence by which the next term is found by adding a constant number. It can be a positive number or a negative number. This number is called the common difference. On the other hand, a geometric sequence is one whose next term is found by multiplying the previous term with a constant (common ratio).

Part 2

Sequences are useful in our daily lives as well as in higher mathematics. For example, the interest portion of monthly payments made to pay off an automobile or home loan, and the list of maximum daily temperatures in one area for a month are sequences.

Example: arithmetic sequence

A child building a tower with blocks uses 15 for the bottom row. Each row has 2 fewer blocks than the previous row. Suppose that there are 8 rows in the tower. Find an for n = 8.

The number of blocks in each row forms an arithmetic sequence with a₁ = 15 and d= −2. The formula to be used is an = a₁ + (n − 1)d.

Example: geometric sequence

An insect population is growing in such a way that each new generation is 1.5 times as large as the previous generation. Suppose there are 100 insects in the first generation. How many will there be in the fifth generation?

The population can be written as a geometric sequence with a₁ as the first generation population, a₂ as the second-generation population, and so on. Then the fifth generation population will be a₅. The formula to be used is an = a₁×r⁽ⁿ⁻¹⁾

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Part 1

Arithmetic sequence is a sequence by which the next term is found by adding a constant number. It can be a positive number or a negative number. This number is called the common difference. On the other hand, a geometric sequence is one whose next term is found by multiplying the previous term with a constant (common ratio).

Part 2

Sequences are useful in our daily lives as well as in higher mathematics. For example, the interest portion of monthly payments made to pay off an automobile or home loan, and the list of maximum daily temperatures in one area for a month are sequences.

Example: arithmetic sequence

A child building a tower with blocks uses 15 for the bottom row. Each row has 2 fewer blocks than the previous row. Suppose that there are 8 rows in the tower. Find an for n = 8.

The number of blocks in each row forms an arithmetic sequence with a₁ = 15 and d= −2. The formula to be used is an = a₁ + (n − 1)d.

Example: geometric sequence

An insect population is growing in such a way that each new generation is 1.5 times as large as the previous generation. Suppose there are 100 insects in the first generation. How many will there be in the fifth generation?

The population can be written as a geometric sequence with a₁ as the first generation population, a₂ as the second-generation population, and so on. Then the fifth generation population will be a₅. The formula to be used is an = a₁×r⁽ⁿ⁻¹⁾

Hope this helps! Have a great day!i dunno

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Im a middle schooler lol

I have the EXACT same problems.

#1: "In an arithmetic sequence, the difference between one term and the next is constant. In a geometric sequence, each term after the first is found by multiplying the previous one by the common ratio."

#2: A1= 27, A2= 2.7, A3= 0.27, A4= 0.027, A5= 0.0027

#3: An = 6(2/3)^n-1

I have yet to answer #4. Would you happen to know the answer?

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The lateral side of a triangular pyramid is a triangle. in order to increase the lateral surface area, the slant height and the height should be altered

80 the answer is 80

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