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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 2:10 am 
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... it was way cooler being the longest thread :P


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... it was way cooler being the longest thread :P


I know! it was started on the first day after PPT was reset, and has strongly continued after that. i'm gonna miss that old thread


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Well, I have math first lesson tomorrow, and stupidly I put of the hmework till tonight and have just realised I totalyu don't get most of it. So help would be muchos appreciated and I need it like, right away. >_<

1. _Don't have to worry about, already done_

2. Find out the nth term of each of the following sequences.
a) 5, 7, 9, 11
b) 2, 5, 8, 11
c) 11, 16, 21, 26
d) 5, 13, 21, 29

3. _don't have to worry about, the photocopier didn't print it properly and I can't read it_

4. Find the nth term of each of the following sequences.
a) 3.5, 5, 6.5, 8, 9.5
b)5.1, 7.2, 9.3, 11.4
c) 3.6, 6.1, 8.6, 11.1

I know this sounds really stupid to most of you, but I'm really bad at math!

Like I said, all help will be greatly appreciated.


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Can anybody explain to me about naturalism in theatre, and the history of it and stuff? The textbooks don't explain it very well! >.>


Twitchy, I shall explain that to you as soon as I can put it into words...nth term is a very annoying thing to explain but extremely simple once you get the concept :)


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Twitchy, I shall explain that to you as soon as I can put it into words...nth term is a very annoying thing to explain but extremely simple once you get the concept :)


Thankyou! I understand it when its something easy like 3n+1 its just this stuff makes my brain hurt. >_<


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Well, I have math first lesson tomorrow, and stupidly I put of the hmework till tonight and have just realised I totalyu don't get most of it. So help would be muchos appreciated and I need it like, right away. >_<

1. _Don't have to worry about, already done_

2. Find out the nth term of each of the following sequences.
a) 5, 7, 9, 11
b) 2, 5, 8, 11
c) 11, 16, 21, 26
d) 5, 13, 21, 29

3. _don't have to worry about, the photocopier didn't print it properly and I can't read it_

4. Find the nth term of each of the following sequences.
a) 3.5, 5, 6.5, 8, 9.5
b)5.1, 7.2, 9.3, 11.4
c) 3.6, 6.1, 8.6, 11.1

I know this sounds really stupid to most of you, but I'm really bad at math!

Like I said, all help will be greatly appreciated.


Even though I'm doing English coursework, I'm bored and would rather do my one true love (total lie), Maths!

Bascially, the nth term is used to describe patterns. n could be described as the position of the number. Taking the first as an example:

5, 7, 9, 11

Here, they are going up in increments of 2. 5 is in the first position, with 7 in the second.

The pattern for this is 2n+3, because, to get 5, you must multiply n, or the position, 1, by 2, and and 3. For 7, you must multiply 2, the position, by 2, because of the 2n, then +3 to get 7. If I asked you to tell me the 100th number, you would say, 203, because 100 x 2, then +3 = 203.

I useful way I was taught to indentify the leaps was:

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5__7__9__11
  2  2  2

(kindy fuzzy, but the point is to get the difference between leaps.

As they leap in twos, it will be 2n. As leaps become more complex, you use more rows, but I do not think that is relevent. It is +3, because 5 - 2 = 3, heh.

:) I hope that helps, it might be a bit sketchy, but I hope you get somewhere.


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Twitchy wrote:
Well, I have math first lesson tomorrow, and stupidly I put of the hmework till tonight and have just realised I totalyu don't get most of it. So help would be muchos appreciated and I need it like, right away. >_<

1. _Don't have to worry about, already done_

2. Find out the nth term of each of the following sequences.
a) 5, 7, 9, 11
b) 2, 5, 8, 11
c) 11, 16, 21, 26
d) 5, 13, 21, 29

3. _don't have to worry about, the photocopier didn't print it properly and I can't read it_

4. Find the nth term of each of the following sequences.
a) 3.5, 5, 6.5, 8, 9.5
b)5.1, 7.2, 9.3, 11.4
c) 3.6, 6.1, 8.6, 11.1

I know this sounds really stupid to most of you, but I'm really bad at math!

Like I said, all help will be greatly appreciated.


Even though I'm doing English coursework, I'm bored and would rather do my one true love (total lie), Maths!

Bascially, the nth term is used to describe patterns. n could be described as the position of the number. Taking the first as an example:

5, 7, 9, 11

Here, they are going up in increments of 2. 5 is in the first position, with 7 in the second.

The pattern for this is 2n+3, because, to get 5, you must multiply n, or the position, 1, by 2, and and 3. For 7, you must multiply 2, the position, by 2, because of the 2n, then +3 to get 7. If I asked you to tell me the 100th number, you would say, 203, because 100 x 2, then +3 = 203.

I useful way I was taught to indentify the leaps was:

Code:
5__7__9__11
  2  2  2

(kindy fuzzy, but the point is to get the difference between leaps.

As they leap in twos, it will be 2n. As leaps become more complex, you use more rows, but I do not think that is relevent. It is +3, because 5 - 2 = 3, heh.

:) I hope that helps, it might be a bit sketchy, but I hope you get somewhere.


I love you. It does actually make a bt more sense now....hmmmmm

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Does anyone know where I can get a full map of france detailing everything, from the towns/cities to the rivers?

Needed for tomorrow. lol


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For tomorrow? Oh dear. An atlas should have all that information, but if you don't have an atlas, you may find what you need on this website
http://downloads.raileurope.com/map_europe/france.html


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For tomorrow? Oh dear. An atlas should have all that information, but if you don't have an atlas, you may find what you need on this website
http://downloads.raileurope.com/map_europe/france.html


Thank-you!! That is just what I needed!!


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Strange. Twitchy, you're two grades below me yet the math you are doing is the exact same math I'm doing... o__O


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That Twitchy... she's a smart one!


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Strange. Twitchy, you're two grades below me yet the math you are doing is the exact same math I'm doing... o__O


Really? at my school, we do the same thing every year, but it gets harder and harder, so it kinda goes deeper into the subject...lol

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:oops: well, I am in a top set. :P

I just found out, there are two subjects I can help with, food tech (cooking) and english!! lol And maybe some geography. :D


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