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Past Exam for MTH 1315 - Patterns, Relationships, and Number Concepts with Bryan at Baylor (BU)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Professor:Bryan
Class:MTH 1315 - Patterns, Relationships, and Number Concepts
Subject:Mathematics
University:Baylor University
Term:Fall 2009
Keywords:
  • Scholarships
  • Total Number
  • Explanation
  • General Formula
  • Relationships
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MATH 1315 EXAM #1 NAME --~~--------------------------- k:1f'1' Read the following directions carefully: In all problems, show all work needed and indicate your conclusions in a very clear and organized manner. Unsupported answers may not receive full credit. Please circle the numbers for the four problems that you want me to grade. 1. a) A sequence of numbers is partially described below: 100, 1 1-0 1,,"0 1 go ,200, roo + ? d .::.- z.o 0 d '" '2..0 If this sequence is arithmetic, fill in the blanks with the four missing numbers in the sequence; then find the 201 st number in the sequence. b) A sequence of numbers is partially described below: 100, fOO . :;; , 101 , tOI.S , 10'2. , ... ,200, . . . If this sequence is arithmetic and 200 is the 201st number in the sequence, fill in the blanks with the four missing numbers in the sequence. \Do + 7..ood =de:. 2..00 t; 0'-'1... ~ c) A sequence of numbers is partially described below: 100, 100 ,400, -eoc;> ' -- lGooo , ~2-00 , If this s...
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