Asked Mar 7, 2019

When finding the nth term in an arithmetic sequence, how do I sole a sequence with fractions? For example {-4 4 over 5, -1 3 over 5 , 1 3 over 5 ,  4 4 over 5 ,} When 4 4 over 5 is the 4th term what would the seventh term be?


Expert Answer

Step 1

In order to find the nth term in an arithmetic sequence of fractions, one should be able to find the common difference between two fractions. Observe the sequence,

Step 2

The above sequence is not arithmetic as evaluation...


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