The number sequence is as follows:
3x+5y; 5x; 7x-5y; 9x-10y.....
I need to formulate a general term - Tn=T1+d(n-1)
point-slope form ...
$y-y_1 = m_{\perp}(x -x_1) \implies y-(-4) = 2(x-6)$
simplify
Hey there! Currently struggling through a cumulative review, so I will posting a lot more questions.
An equation of a line perpendicular
Yeah, I meant the actual sizes.
Either way, it does say that the block is 'small', suggesting that we can ignore its size.
So?
Re: Number patterns and sequences - Tn Term
If it is non- linear then it cannot be written in that form! Taking $ \displaystyle T_1= 3x+ 5y$, $ \displaystyle T_2=5x$, $ \displaystyle T_3= 7x-5y$, and $ \displaystyle T_4= 9x-10y$, then you want $ \displaystyle T_2= 5x= 3x+ 5y+$
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