Problem 1RE: Exercises 1-4, write the first five terms of the sequence. (Assume that n begins with 1.) an=3+12n Problem 2RE: Exercises 1-4, write the first five terms of the sequence. (Assume that n begins with 1.) an=1n5n2n1 Problem 3RE: Exercises 1-4, write the first five terms of the sequence. (Assume that n begins with 1.) an=120n! Problem 4RE: Exercises 1-4, write the first five terms of the sequence. (Assume that n begins with 1.) an=n+1n+2 Problem 5RE Problem 6RE: Finding the nth Term of a Sequence In Exercises 5-8,write an expression for the apparentn th term... Problem 7RE Problem 8RE: Finding the nth Term of a Sequence In Exercises 5-8, write an expression for the apparent nth term... Problem 9RE Problem 10RE Problem 11RE Problem 12RE Problem 13RE Problem 14RE Problem 15RE Problem 16RE Problem 17RE Problem 18RE: Finding the Sum of an Infinite Series In Exercises 17 and 18, find the sum of the infinite series.... Problem 19RE Problem 20RE Problem 21RE Problem 22RE Problem 23RE Problem 24RE Problem 25RE Problem 26RE Problem 27RE Problem 28RE Problem 29RE Problem 30RE Problem 31RE Problem 32RE: Sum of a Finite Arithmetic Sequence Find the sum of the integers from 30 to 80. Problem 33RE Problem 34RE Problem 35RE Problem 36RE Problem 37RE: Job Offer The starting salary for a job is $43,800 with a guaranteed increase of $1950 per year.... Problem 38RE: Baling Hay In the first two trips baling hay around a large field, a farmer obtains 123 bales and... Problem 39RE: Determining Whether a Sequence Is Geometric In Exercises 39-42, determine whether the sequence is... Problem 40RE Problem 41RE: Determining Whether a Sequence Is Geometric In Exercises 39-42, determine whether the sequence is... Problem 42RE Problem 43RE Problem 44RE Problem 45RE Problem 46RE Problem 47RE Problem 48RE Problem 49RE Problem 50RE Problem 51RE: Sum of a Finite Geometric Sequence In Exercises 51-58, find the sum of the finite geometric... Problem 52RE Problem 53RE Problem 54RE Problem 55RE Problem 56RE Problem 57RE Problem 58RE Problem 59RE Problem 60RE Problem 61RE Problem 62RE Problem 63RE: Depreciation A paper manufacturer buys a machine for $120,000. It depreciates at a rate of 30 per... Problem 64RE Problem 65RE Problem 66RE Problem 67RE Problem 68RE Problem 69RE: Finding a Formula for a Finite Sum In Exercises 69-72, find a formula for the sum of the first n... Problem 70RE: Finding a Formula for a Finite Sum In Exercises 69-72, find a formula for the sum of the first n... Problem 71RE Problem 72RE Problem 73RE Problem 74RE Problem 75RE Problem 76RE Problem 77RE Problem 78RE Problem 79RE Problem 80RE Problem 81RE Problem 82RE Problem 83RE Problem 84RE Problem 85RE Problem 86RE: Random Selection In Exercises 85 and 86, determine the number of ways a computer can generate the... Problem 87RE Problem 88RE Problem 89RE Problem 90RE Problem 91RE: Jury Selection In how many different ways can a jury of 12 people be randomly selected from a group... Problem 92RE: Menu Choices A local sandwich shop offers five different breads, four different meats, three... Problem 93RE Problem 94RE: Bookshelf Order A child returns a five-volume set of books to a bookshelf. The child is not able to... Problem 95RE Problem 96RE: Opinion Poll In a survey, a sample of college students, faculty members, and administrators were... Problem 97RE Problem 98RE Problem 99RE Problem 100RE Problem 101RE Problem 102RE Problem 103RE Problem 104RE Problem 105RE Problem 106RE Problem 107RE Problem 108RE Problem 1T Problem 2T: Write an expression for the apparent nth term (an) of the sequence. (Assume that n begins with 1.)... Problem 3T: Write the next three terms of the series. Then find the seventh partial sum of the series.... Problem 4T: The 5th term of an arithmetic sequence is 45, and the 12th term is 24. Find the nth term. Problem 5T: The second term of a geometric sequence is 14, and the sixth term is 224. Find the nth term. (Assume... Problem 6T: In Exercises 6-9, find the sum. i=1502i2+5 Problem 7T Problem 8T Problem 9T: In Exercises 6-9, find the sum. n=113n Problem 10T: Use mathematical induction to prove the formula for all integers n_1. 5+10+15+....+5n=5n(n+1)2 Problem 11T: Use the Binomial Theorem to write the expansion of x+6y4. Problem 12T: Expand 3(x2)5+4(x2)3 by using Pascal’s Triangle to determine the coefficients. Problem 13T Problem 14T: In Exercises 14 and 15, evaluate each expression. aP92bP703 Problem 15T: In Exercises 14 and 15, evaluate each expression. aC114bC664 Problem 16T Problem 17T: Eight people are going for a ride in a boat that seats eight people. One person will drive, and only... Problem 18T: You attend a karaoke night and hope to hear your favorite song. The karaoke song book has 300... Problem 19T: You and three of your friends are at a party. Names of all of the 30 guests are placed in a hat and... Problem 20T Problem 1CT Problem 2CT Problem 3CT Problem 4CT Problem 5CT: A custom-blend bird seed is made by mixing two types of bird seeds costing $0.75 per pound and $1.25... Problem 6CT Problem 7CT Problem 8CT Problem 9CT: In Exercises 8 and 9, sketch the graph of the solution set of the system of inequalities. Label the... Problem 10CT: Sketch the region corresponding to the system of constraints. Then find the minimum and maximum... Problem 11CT Problem 12CT Problem 13CT Problem 14CT Problem 15CT Problem 16CT Problem 17CT Problem 18CT Problem 19CT Problem 20CT Problem 21CT Problem 22CT Problem 23CT Problem 24CT Problem 25CT Problem 26CT: Write the first five terms of the sequence an=1n+12n+3 (Assume that n begins with 1.) Problem 27CT Problem 28CT: Find the 16th partial sum of the arithmetic sequence 6, 18, 30, 42, . . . . Problem 29CT Problem 30CT Problem 31CT Problem 32CT Problem 33CT Problem 34CT: In Exercises 34-37, evaluate the expression. P143 Problem 35CT: Use the Binomial Theorem to write the expansion of w94.In Exercises 34-37, evaluate the expression.... Problem 36CT Problem 37CT Problem 38CT Problem 39CT Problem 40CT: There are 10 applicants for three sales positions at a department store. All of the applicants are... Problem 41CT: On a game show, a contestant is given the digits 3, 4, and 5 to arrange in the proper order to form... Problem 1PS Problem 2PS Problem 3PS: Greek Mythology Can the Greek hero Achilles, running at 20 feet per second, ever catch a tortoise,... Problem 4PS Problem 5PS Problem 6PS: Sequences of Powers the following sequence of perfect squares is not arithmetic. 1, 4, 9, 16, 25,... Problem 7PS Problem 8PS Problem 9PS: Pentagonal Numbers The numbers 1, 5, 12, 22, 35, 51, . . . are called pentagonal numbers because... Problem 10PS Problem 11PS Problem 12PS Problem 13PS Problem 14PS Problem 15PS Problem 16PS format_list_bulleted