Study Guides

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Sequence and Series Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Sequences and Series Formulas Help
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Growth by Addition Help
Introduction to Growth by Addition Rates of change can sometimes be expressed in terms of mathematical constants. The simplest changeable quantities can be written as lists of numbers whose values repeatedly ...
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Growth by Multiplication Help
Introduction to Growth by Multiplication Another type of progression has values that are repeatedly multiplied by some constant. Here are a few examples: G = 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, ...
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Growth and Decay Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Growth by Addition Help Growth by ...
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Arithmetic Sequences Help
Introduction to Arithmetic Sequences A term in an arithmetic sequence is computed by adding a fixed number to the previous term. For example, 3, 7, 11, 15, 19, ... is an arithmetic sequence because we can add 4 to any term to find the ...
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Geometric Sequences Help
Introduction to Geometric Sequences In an arithmetic sequence, the difference of any two consecutive terms is the same, and in a geometric sequence, the quotient of any two consecutive terms is the same. A term in a geometric sequence can be found by multiplying ...
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Precalculus Practice Test
Precalculus Practice Test Practice What is the maximum or minimum functional value for f ( x ) = −( x − 5)
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