Xanny
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SG chevron_right Secondary 4 chevron_right Add Math: Calculus

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Yippie Loh

Here

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farisha
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SG chevron_right Secondary 3 chevron_right Number and Algebra

how do i draw the graph for b ? the numbers i got from a is too large e.g 3072 , too little e.g 6 and its inaccurate to draw on the graph . pls help !!

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Yippie Loh

Estimate

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Nevaeh
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cora
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Can you help me please ?

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Yippie Loh

The numbers correspond to squares. 1,4,9,16,25

1 week ago
Yippie Loh

100+91+64+49+...1

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Yippie Loh

[n(n+1)(2n+1)] รท6

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Herfina
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Can someone help me with question 4?Thank you very much!

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Claire

Hi here is the answer, hope this helps you. Essentially this is the method to solve such questions 1. The nth term is the formula which you can use to find any term in the sequence 2. So for example if you want to find the 1st term of the sequence, then n=1 3. After that substitute the value of n into the nth term formula to get the answer The full written answer is in the picture below If u have any question about it pls leave a comment below

2 weeks ago
Claire

The 1. 2. & 3. are the steps to solve such questions

2 weeks ago