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I- The sum of three consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression is equal to 33, and the sum of

squares of these terms is 365.

a. Translate the above text into a system of two equations.

b. Determine the numerical value for each term.

u0 1

II- Consider the sequence u defined by: 9

u for all n N

6 un

n 1

And the sequence Vn nN defined by: vn

1

.

un 3

a. Find the term, v 2 . Is u an arithmetic sequence? Justify.

b. Show that Vn is an arithmetic sequence, whose common difference and first term are to be

determined.

c. Deduce the sense of variation of Vn .

d. Find vn in terms of n then deduce u n in terms of n .

e. Calculate, S v1 v2 ... v5 .

u0 2

III- Consider the sequence U defined by: 1

un 1 4 un 3 for all n N

And the sequence V defined by: vn 2un 8 n N .

1. Compute the numerical values of the terms: u1 , u2 & u3 .

2. Determine the nature of the sequence, U .

3. Show that the sequence V is a geometric sequence.

4. Find vn in terms of n then deduce u n in terms of n .

5. Determine in terms of n the sum: sn v0 v1 v2 ... vn .

6. Deduce the value of the sum: t n u0 u1 u2 ... un .

IV- Consider the sequence U n defined for all natural numbers n by U n 1 4U n 2 and U 0 1

Part-A: 1) Calculate U 1 and U 2 , then verify that U n is neither arithmetic nor geometric.

2) Let W n U n K find K so that the sequence W n is geometric.

2

Part-B: Let V n be a sequence defined for all natural numbers n by V n U n

3

1) Show that V n is a geometric sequence whose common ratio and first term are to be found.

2) Express V n then U n in terms of n .

U 2 p 3 in terms of n .

n

3) If S V 0 V 1 ........ V n , calculate S in terms of n and deduce p

p 0

V- Calculate the sum: S 1 x x 2 x 3 x 4 ....... x11 .

U 0 2

VI- Consider the sequence U n defined by: 1

U n 1 2 U n 3

1. Calculate U1 &U 2 , then verify that U n is neither arithmetic nor geometric.

2. Let Vn U n 6

a. Show that Vn is a geometric sequence whose common ratio and first term are to

be determined.

b. Calculate Vn & U n in terms of n .

3. Calculate the sum S n V0 V1 ....... Vn in terms of n & deduce Sn U 0 U1 ....... U n .

U 0 1

VII- Let U n be a sequence defined, for every natural number n , by: 1 .

U n 1 U

n

2n

1) Calculate, U1 &U 2 .

2) Show that the sequence U n is neither arithmetic nor geometric.

3) Calculate U n 1 U n . Deduce that the sequence U n is strictly increasing.

4) Consider the sequence Vn defined by: Vn U n 1 U n .

a) Verify that Vn is a geometric sequence whose common ratio r and first term V0 are to

be determined.

b) Express Vn in terms of n , then deduce the value of V10 .

c) Calculate, in terms of n , the sum S V0 V1 V2 ...... Vn .

VIII- In year 2010, the annual cost of the participation of a member in a sport club is 1 000 000

LL. This cost increases 10% annually. Starting from the second year, a participant will get

an annual reduction of 50 000 LL. Designate by Cn the annual cost of a member in year

(2009 + n). In this case, C1 = 1000 000 LL

1) Prove that C2 = 1 050 000 LL.

2) Verify that Cn+1 = 1.1Cn – 50 000, where n ≥ 1.

3) Consider the sequence (Vn) defined by: Vn = Cn – 500 000.

a) Prove that (Vn) is a geometric sequence of common ratio 1.1.

b) Express Vn in terms of n, then deduce Cn in terms of n.

c) Find the annual cost of the participation of a member in year 2020.

4) Let Sn = C1 + C2 + … + Cn and Rn = V1 + V2 + … + Vn, where n ≥ 1.

a) Write Rn in terms of n.

b) Deduce that Sn = 5 000 000 (1.1n – 1) + 500 000 n.

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