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Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions

Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions

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Arithmetic Sequences asLinear Functions
Arithmetic Sequences
A SEQUENCE is an ordered list of numbers.Each number in a SEQUENCE is called a TERM.In an ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE, each TERM is found by adding theSAME number to the previous TERM.For example:
 The difference between each term is called the COMMONDIFFERENCE,
.In an ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE, the COMMON DIFFERENCE will bethe SAME for ALL terms in the sequence.
Example 1
Identifying Arithmetic Sequences
Determine if 
is an ARITHMETICSEQUENCE:It is fairly easy to see that the difference betweeneach term is constant
we add 2 each time
sotherefore, this is an ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE.

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