Question

Asked Oct 31, 2019

Consider the sequence 4, 11, 18, 25, 32, ....

a. Is 340 a member of the sequence?

b. Is 738 a member of the sequence?

Step 1

It can be observed that the given sequence has a constant difference of 7 between the successive terms. Hence it is an arithmetic progression.

Step 2

Substitute the term to be tested in the above formula and calculate n.

If n turns out to be an intege...

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