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What is a Sequence?

A Sequence is a set of things (usually numbers) that are in order.

Infinite or Finite

If the sequence goes on forever it is called an infinite sequence,

otherwise it is a finite sequence

Examples:

{1, 2, 3, 4 ,...} is a very simple sequence (and it is an infinite

sequence)

{20, 25, 30, 35, ...} is also an infinite sequence

{1, 3, 5, 7} is the sequence of the first 4 odd numbers (and is a

finite sequence)

{4, 3, 2, 1} is 4 to 1 backwards

{1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, ...} is an infinite sequence where every term

doubles

{a, b, c, d, e} is the sequence of the first 5 letters alphabetically

{f, r, e, d} is the sequence of letters in the name "fred"

{0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, ...} is the sequence of alternating 0s and 1s (yes

they are in order, it is an alternating order in this case)

In Order

When we say the terms are "in order", we are free to define

what order that is! They could go forwards, backwards ... or

they could alternate ... or any type of order you want!

Like a Set

A Sequence is like a Set, except:

the terms are in order (with Sets the order does not matter)

the same value can appear many times (only once in Sets)

Example: {0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, ...} is the sequence of alternating 0s

and 1s.

The set would be just {0,1}

Notation

Sequences also use the same notation as

sets:

{3, 5, 7, ..}

and then put curly brackets around the

whole thing.

The curly brackets { } are sometimes called "set brackets" or

"braces".

A Rule

A Sequence usually has a Rule, which is a way to find the value

of each term.

Example: the sequence {3, 5, 7, 9, ...} starts at 3 and jumps 2

every time:

As a Formula

Saying "starts at 3 and jumps 2 every time" is fine, but it doesn't

help us calculate the:

10th term,

100th term, or

nth term, where n could be any term number we want.

So, we want a formula with "n" in it (where n is any term

number).

So, What Would A Rule For {3, 5, 7, 9, ...} Be?

guess that a Rule will be something like "2 times n" (where "n"

is the term number). Let's test it out:

Test Rule: 2n

n

1

2

3

Term

3

5

7

Test Rule

2n = 21 = 2

2n = 22 = 4

2n = 23 = 6

That nearly worked ... but it is too low by 1 every time, so let us

try changing it to:

Test Rule: 2n+1

n Term

Test Rule

1 3

2n+1 = 21 + 1 = 3

2 5

2n+1 = 22 + 1 = 5

3 7

2n+1 = 23 + 1 = 7

That Works!

So instead of saying "starts at 3 and jumps 2 every time" we

write this:

2n+1

Now we can calculate, for example, the 100th term:

2 100 + 1 = 201

Many Rules

Rule that works for any sequence.

Example: the sequence {3, 5, 7, 9, ...}

We have just shown a Rule for {3, 5, 7, 9, ...} is: 2n+1

And so we get: {3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, ...}

But can we find another rule?

How about "odd numbers without a 1 in them":

And we would get: {3, 5, 7, 9, 23, 25, ...}

A completely different sequence!

And we could find more rules that match {3, 5, 7, 9, ...}. Really

we could.

So it is best to say "A Rule" rather than "The Rule" (unless you

know it is the right Rule).

Notation

To make it easier to use rules, we often use this special style:

xn is the term

n is the term number

this:

xn = 2n+1

And to calculate the 10th term we can write:

x10 = 2n+1 = 210+1 = 21

Can you calculate x50 (the 50th term) doing this?

Here is another example:

Example: Calculate the first 4 terms of this sequence:

{an} = { (-1/n)n }

Calculations:

a1 = (-1/1)1 = -1

a2 = (-1/2)2 = 1/4

a3 = (-1/3)3 = -1/27

a4 = (-1/4)4 = 1/256

Answer:

{an} = { -1, 1/4, -1/27, 1/256, ... }

Fibonacci Sequence

This is the Fibonacci Sequence

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ...

it together:

The 2 is found by adding the two numbers before it (1+1)

The 21 is found by adding the two numbers before it

(8+13)

etc...

Rule is xn = xn-1 + xn-2

That rule is interesting because it depends on the values of the

previous two terms.

Rules like that are called recursive formulas.

The Fibonacci Sequence is numbered from 0 onwards like this:

n=

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ...

14 23 37

xn = 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 89

...

4 3 7

x6 = x6-1 + x6-2 = x5 + x4 = 5 + 3 = 8

Arithmetic Sequences

In an Arithmetic Sequence the difference between one term

and the next is a constant.

In other words, you just add some value each time ... on to

infinity.

Example:

1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, ...

This sequence has a difference of 3 between each number.

Its Rule is xn = 3n-2

In General you could write an arithmetic sequence like this:

{a, a+d, a+2d, a+3d, ... } where:

a is the first term, and d is the difference between the terms

(called the "common difference") And you can make the rule

by: xn = a + d(n-1)

(We use "n-1" because d is not used in the 1st term

Exercise: Find the next term and the general formula for the

following:

A.{2, 5, 8, 11, 14, ...}

C.{2, -1, -4, -7, -10, ...}

For each of these three sequences there is a common difference.

In the first sequence the common difference is d = 3, in the

third sequence the common difference is d = -3. We will call a

sequence an arithmetic sequence if there is a common difference.

The general formula for an arithmetic sequence is

an = a1 + (n - 1)d

Example

What is the difference between the fourth and the tenth terms of

{2,6,10,14,...) ,We have a10 - a4 = (10 - 4)d = 6(4) = 24

Arithmetic Series

First we see that

1+ 2 + 3 + ... + 100 = 101 + 101 + ... + 101 (50 times) =

101(50) In general

1 + 2 + 3 + ... + n =

n(n+1)

2

Solution :S = 1 + (1 + 1(3)) + (1 + 2(3)) + (1 + 3(3)) + ... + (1

+ 15(3)) = (1 + 1 + ... + 1) + 3(1 + 2 + 3 + ... + 15)= 16 +

3(15)(16)/2 Or Alternatively

Sn = n/2(a1 + an)

Example

salary is $40,000, and I receive a 1,000 salary raise for each year

I work here?

Solution

We have the series:

40,000 + 41,000 + 42,000 + ... + 74,000

= 35/2 (40,000 + 74,000) = $1,995,500

An important result : if a,b,c are in A.P. then b a = c

b 2b = a+c , d =

ba

n+1

(a+b)/2 is denoted by A.M.

A.P.

Question:3 In an A.P., the first term is 2 and the sum of the first

five terms is one-fourth of the next five terms.Show that 20th

term is -112.

Answer: S5 = (S10 - S5) 5 S5 = S10 5.5/2 [2a+(n1)d] = 10/2[2a+(n-1)d] d = -6 a=2

a20 = a+19d = 2+19

(-6) = -112.

prove that the sum of first pq terms is

(pq+1), where pq.

qth term= a+(q-1)d = 1/p.(2)

By subtracting (1)&(2) , we get

d(p-1-q+1) =

1

q

1

p

d=

1

pq

by

In (1) a =

1

pq

+(pq-1)

1

pq

1

pq

] =

Spq = pq/2 [ 2

(pq+1).

progressions are in the ratio

5 n+ 4

9 n+6

term.

Answer:

of n termsof first A . P.

of n terms of second A . P .

n

[2 a 1+ ( n1 ) d 1]

2

n

[2 a 2+ ( n1 ) d 2]

2

[2 a1+ ( n1 ) d 1]

[2a 2+ ( n1 ) d 2]

18 thterm of second A . P .

5 n+ 4

9 n+6

=

5 n+ 4

9 n+6

(1)

a 1+17 d 1

a 2+17 d 2

5 n+ 4

9 n+6

179

321

351d 2

2a 2+

2 a 1+ ( 351 ) d 1

5 35+4

9 35+6

respectively. Prove that

a

p

Answer:

(q - r) +

b

q

(r - p) +

c

r

(p q) = 0.

Sq = q/2[2a1 + (q 1)d] = b

Sr = r/2[2a1 + (r 1)d ] = c

a

(r p) =

(r p)(ii)

1/2[2a1 + (r 1)d ]

c

r

(q r) =

(q - r)(i)

1/2[2a1 + (q 1)d]

b

q

(p q)(iii)

(p q) =

a

p

(q - r) +

b

q

(r - p) +

c

r

(p q) = {2a1 (q r + r

= { 0 + d [ pq q pr +r + qr r pq +p + rp p qr

+q]} = 0

Question:15 If

a +b

a +bn1

n1

[Hint :

a +b

n1

a +b

n1

a+b

2

(a +b )

2 = (a+b)(

an1 +b n1

2an +2 bn = an+abn-1+ban-1+bn

an-1(a-b) - bn-1(a-b) = 0 (a-b)(an-1 - bn-1) = 0 (a-b)=0 or

(an-1 - bn-1) =0 n=1 ab.

Question: 16 Between 1 and 31 , m numbers have been inserted

in such a way that the resulting sequence. In an A.P. and ratio of

7th and (m 1)th numbers is 5: 9.

Answer:

am+1, 31

31 = 1 + (m+1) d d = 30/(m+1) or d =(b a)/ (n+1)

According to statement

30

(m+ 1)

30

1+(m1)

(m+ 1)

1+7

5

9

a8

am

m = 14.

5

9

a1+7 d

a1+(m1)d

Geometric Sequences

In a Geometric Sequence each term is found by

multiplying the previous term by a constant.

Example:

2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, ...

This sequence has a factor of 2 between each number.

Its Rule is xn = 2n

In General you could write a geometric sequence like this:

{a, ar, ar2, ar3, ... }

where:

a is the first term, and

r is the factor between the terms (called the

"common ratio")

r can be calculated by dividing any two consecutive

terms

in a geometric sequence. The formula for calculating

r is...

Note: r should not be 0.

When r=0, you get the sequence {a,0,0,...} which is not

geometric

And the rule is:

xn = ar(n-1)

(We use "n-1" because ar0 is the 1st term)

Given our generic arithmetic sequence a1, a2, a3, a4, ...,

an, we can look at it as a series: a1 + a2 + a3 + a4 + ... + an.

There exists a formula that can add a finite list of these

numbers and a formula for an infinite list of these

numbers. Here are the formulas...

and

first number in the sequence, r is the common ratio of

the sequence, and -1 < r < 1 for infinite series.

***Introduction

Let s denote the sum of the series just considered:

and subtract the second line from the first. All terms

on the right

side except for the 1 will cancel out!

1/2:

The series

series you will encounter!

S =

a

1r

ratio.

As n

rn 0 for |r|<1.

b is ab i.e.,

G2 = ab or G = ab

2 ab

a+b

= ac. A G =

a+b

2

- ab

A GH(Harmonic mean)

R=

b

a

Special sequences:

+n =

(i)

1+2+3+..

n(n+1)

2

(ii)

12+22+32+..+ n2 =

(iii)

13+23+33++n3 =

n ( n+ 1 ) (2 n+1)

6

n(n+1)

2

)2

Example:

Find the sum of the series

.

The series in the parentheses is the geometric series with

but the first term, the "1" at the beginning is omitted.

Thus, the series sums up to

Try it yourself!

Find the sum of the series

G.P.

Question: 21 Find four numbers forming a G.P. in which

the third term is greater than the first term by 9, and the

Answer: In G.P. a, ar, ar2, ar3 are first four terms.

ar2 a = 9 and ar3 - ar = 18 ,

dividing by above results , we get r =-2 and a=3, then terms

are 3, -6, 12 and -24.

Question:23 If the first and the nth term of a G.P. are a and b

resp.

and if P is the product of n terms , prove that P2 = (ab)n .

Answer: P = a.ar. ar2. ar3..arn-1 = an. r(1+2+3++n-1) =

n

a .

n (n1)

2

[+2+3=+n=n(n+1)/2]

n

= (a .

n (n1)

2

2n

) =a .

2 n(n1)

2

terms of a G.P. to the sum of terms from (n+1)th to (2n)th Term

is

1

n

r

.

n

Answer:

Sn =

a(1r )

1r

.(i)

ar n (1r n )

1r

(ii)

Question:28 The sum of two numbers is 6 times their G.P.,

show that numbers are in the ratio (3+2

Answer:

a+b

2 ab

a+b+ 2 ab

a+b2 ab

3

1

2 :

3-2 2 ).

by c & d

=

3+1

31

a+ b

a b

2

1

, again

by c& d, we get

a

b

2+1

21

(MISC.)

Question:4 Find the sum of all numbers between 200 and 400

which are divisible by 7.

Answer: 203, 210, 217, 224, . ,339.

399 = 203 + (n-1)7 196 = (n-1)7 n = 29, so Sn =

n/2 (a+l) = 29/2(203=399) =29 301 = 8729.

Question: 5 Find the sum of integers from 1 to 100 that are

divisible by 2 or 5.

Answer: Divisible by 2 are 2,4,6,..,94,96,98,100 or

divisible by 5 are 5,10,15.95,100.

nth term = 100 = 2+(n-1)

2 n = 50

used in 2,4,6,.100 (100-40[50-10]=60)

The sum of remaining 60 terms is 60/2[2+100] = 3060.

Question:11 A G.P. consists of an even number of terms. If the

sum of all the terms is 5 times the sum

Of terms occupying odd places, then find the common ratio.

Answer: a, ar, ar2, ar3 ,arn-1 in G.P.

S2n = 5[ a+ ar2 +ar4+n terms]

2n

a(1r )

1r

= 5.

1=

5

1+r

r = 4.

are the roots of x2 12x + q = 0,

where a,b,c,d form an G.P. Prove that (q+p) : (q-p) = 17:15.

Answer: a+b = 3, ab = p and c+d = 12, cd = q

a, b, c, d are in G.P. i.e., b=ar, c = ar2 d= ar3

a+b= a+ar=a(1+r) = 3 ..(i) and c+d=12 ar2 + ar3 = ar2(1+r)

= 12.(ii) , by dividing (i)&(ii)

1/r = r = 2 , then

2

=17:15.

q+ p

q p

cd +ab

cdab

a r (r +1)

a r (r 1)

1/e are in A.P. Prove that a, c, e are in G.P.

Answer: 2b =a+c..(i)

c2 =bd..(ii)

2/d = 1/c+1/e =

e+c

ce

d=

2ce

c+ e

........(iii)

We shall prove c2 = ae

From (i),(ii) &(iii) we get,

2

c =

a+c

2

)(

2ce

c+ e

ace+ c e

c +e

= ace+c2e c2 = ae.

Question:23 Find the sum of 3+7+13+21+31+.........

Answer:

an = n(n+1)+1 ,n=1,2,3.

= n2+n+1

n

Sn = 1 k + 1 k +n =

n ( n+ 1 ) (2 n+1)

6

n(n+1)

2

+n.

Question:27 A farmer buys a used tractor for Rs. 12000. He pays

Rs. 6000 cash and agrees to pay the balance in annual

instalments of Rs. 500 plus 12% interest on the unpaid amount.

How much will the tractor cost him?

Answer: Total cost =Rs. 12000 , paid cash = 6000 then balance

= Rs. 6000

No. of instalments of Rs. 500 = 12

Interest on 1st instalment = Rs.

6000 121

100

=Rs.720

Interest on 2nd instalment = Rs.

5500 12 1

100

=Rs.660

Total amount in instalments = (1220+1160+1100+to 12

terms)

S= 12/2[2 1220 + (12-1)(-60)] = 10680 , therefore total

paid by farmer = Rs. 6000+10680=16680.

certain number of days. 4 workers dropped

Out on second day, 4 more workers dropped out on third day

and so on.It took 8 more days to finish the work. Find the

number of days in which the work was completed.

Answer: First term is 150 common difference is -4 (4 workers

dropped every day)

n/2[2

150+(n-1)

-4] = n(152-2n)

Had the workers not dropped out , then the work would have

finished in (n-8) days with 150 workers working on each day .

The total no. of workers who would have worked all then days

are 150(n-8)

n(152-2n) = 150(n-8) n=25 n-24.

Question:1 Find k so that 2/3, k, 5k/8 are in A.P.

Question:2 If the roots of (b-c)x2+(c-a)x+(a-b) = 0 are equal,

then a,b,c are in A.P.

[Hint: take Discriminant D=0]

Question:3 There are n A.M.s between 7 and 85

such that (n-3)th mean : nth mean is 11 : 24.Find n.

[Hint: 7, a2, a3, a4,..an+1, 85 an+2 = 85

d=

78

n+1

n=5]

Question:4 Prove that the sum of n terms of the series

11+103+1005+ ..is

10

9

10n

- 1) + n2

= (10+102+103+n term)+(1+3+5+n terms)

G.P.

A.P.

amount to 30+14 2 .

[Hint: use Sn =

a(1r n)

1r

= 30+14

+4+..will

,a=2 & r =

, then

n=7]

Question:6 Find the sum of (1+

1

22

)+(

1

2

1

24

)+(

1 1

+

22 26

)+

.to

[Hint: (1 +

S =

a

1r

1

2

1

22

+..) + (

1 1

+ +

22 2 4

ratio.]

Question:7 Show that (x2+xy+y2) , (z2+zx+x2),

(y2+zy+z2) are consecutive terms of A.P. if x, y, z

are in A.P.

[Hint: let a = (x2+xy+y2) , b = (z2+zx+x2) ,c =

(y2+zy+z2) use b-a = c-b , then you will get

if (x+z)2 y2 = y(x+y+z) x+z = 2y]

Question:8 If a, b, c, d are in G.P. prove that a2-b2,

b2-c2, c2-d2 are also in G.P.

[HINT: take a, b= ar, c=ar2, d = ar3 , show (b2-c2)/

(a2-b2)= (c2-d2)/ (b2-c2) by putting values of a, b, c,

d]

arithmetic mean p and q be inserted between two

quantities

Show that G2 = (2p-q)(2q-p).

[Hint: G2 = ab, a, p, q, b are in A.P.

d(common difference)= (b-a)/3 .

p = a+d=

2 a+ b

3

, q = a+2d =

a+2 b

3

put these

values in R.H.S.]

Question:10 If the value of 1+2+3+.+n = 28,

then find the value of 12+22+32+..+n2 .

**Question:11 If g1, g2 be two G.M.s between a

and b and A is the A.M. between a & b, then prove

that

g 1

g2

g 2

g1

= 2A.

g2 , b = g22 /g1.]

**Question:12 If a is the A.M. of b, c and two

geometric means between b , c and G1,G2, then

prove that G13 = g23 .

c

b

, put in

**Question:13 If x = 1+a+a2+a3+. and

1+b+b2+b3+.

Then prove that 1+ab+a b +.. =

xy

x + y1

Answer: x = 1+a+a +a +. =

1

1a

2 2

y = 1+b+b +b +. =

2

take R.H.S.

xy

x + y1

1

1ab

y=

1

1b

= (1-ab)-1 =

(1+x+x2+x3+..)]

its middle term is m. Prove that Sn = mn.

Answer: m = mid term = T(n+1)/2 = a+(

n+1

2

**Question:15 Sum of infinity the series

- 1)d

1

2

1

2+ 4

1

2+ 4+ 6

+..

1

2+ 4+ 6+ . n terms

[Hint:

1

n(n+1)

2

2

1

n(n+1)

1

2(1+ 2+ 3+ n terms)

1

1.2

S=1 [

1

2.3

+...... =1 as

1

5

rd

2

5

, 14

3

5

, 15

[Hint: a=17, d=-4/5 and let nth term be first negative term

17+(n-1)(-4/5) < 0 n > 89/4 n=23]

**Question:18 Prove that 1+

2

3

6

3

10

33

14

34

.. = 3.

Answer: we can write above series as 1 +

2

3

3

3

[1+

5

2

3

A.P.& G.P(Arithmetic geometric series) [

you can do by another method S +

14

34

+ ..} {

..}

1

3

2

32

1

3

a

1r

S = {1+

+

6

33

dr

( 1r )

2

3

10

34

+

+

6

3

14

35

] or

+

+

10

33

2S

3

= 1+ (

2

3

1

3

)+

4

2

3

{1+

1

3

1

2

3

..} =2 S=3

a/(1-r)

**Question: 19 If there are distinct real numbers

a,b,c are in G.P. and a+b+c = bx , show that x

-1 or x 3.

[Hint: take D 0 , a+ar+ar2 = (ar)x r2+(1x)r+1=0]

**Question:20 (i) If first term of H.P. is 1/7 and 2nd

term is 1/9, prove that 12th term is 1/29.

[Hint: as 1/a,1/b,1/c are in H.P. a,b,c are in A.P.

therefore first and second terms are in A.P. will be

7,9

a=7, d= 2 , then find a12]

(ii) In an increasing G.P., the sum of first and last

term is 66, and product of the second and last but

one term is 128. If the sum of the series is 126, find

the number of terms in the series.

[Hint: a+arn-1 = 66 , (ar)( arn-2) = 128 and Sn = 126

r=2 and n = 6]

Terms

Arithmetic Sequence - A sequence in which each

term is a constant amount greater or less than the

previous term. In this type of sequence, a n+1 = a n +

d , where d is a constant.

Common Ratio - In a geometric sequence, the ratio

r between each term and the previous term.

Convergent Series - A series whose limit as n is

a real number.

Divergent Series - A series whose limit as n is

either or - .

Explicit Formula - A formula for the n th term of a

sequence of the form a n = some function of n .

Finite Sequence - A sequence which is defined only

for positive integers less than or equal to a certain

given integer.

Finite Series - A series which is defined only for

positive integers less than or equal to a certain given

integer.

Geometric Sequence - A sequence in which the

ratio between each term and the previous term is a

constant ratio.

of . For

a n , i is the index of summation.

Infinite Sequence - A sequence which is defined for

all positive integers.

Infinite Series - A series which is defined for all

positive integers.

Recursive Sequence - A sequence in which a

general term is defined as a function of one or more of

the preceding terms. A sequence is typically defined

recursively by giving the first term, and the formula for

any term a n+1 after the first term.

Sequence - A function which is defined for the

positive integers.

Series - A sequence in which the terms are

summed, not just listed.

Summation Notation an=a1+a2+a3+a4

+ ... + a n . The symbol and its subscript and

superscript are the components of summation

notation.

Term - An element in the range of a sequence. A

sequence is rarely represented by ordered pairs, but

instead by a list of its terms.

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