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Sequences and series are most useful when there is a formula for their ,terms,. For instance, if the formula for the ,terms, a n of a sequence is defined as "a n = 2n + 3", then you can find the value of any ,term, by plugging the value of n into the formula. For instance, a 8 = 2(8) + 3 = 16 + 3 = 19.In words, "a n = 2n + 3" can be read as "the n-th ,term, is given by two-enn plus three".
Definition,:A scalar, generally speaking, is another name for "real number." ,Definition,: A vector of dimension n is an ordered collection of n elements, which are called components . Notation: We often represent a vector by some letter, just as we use a letter to denote a scalar (real number) in algebra.
What does the ,term, first difference ,mean in math,? ,In math,, to compare means to examine the differences between numbers, quantities or values to decide if it is greater than, smaller than or equal to another quantity. The result of subtracting one number from another.
See what basic ,math, looks like with our representation below. At home, you may for instance have a budget to help manage your income and probably put some money aside. If your monthly income is 1000 dollars, 50% may go to your rent or mortgage; 20% may go to food, clothing,gas, and other utilities; 20% may be used for personal items, gifts, and entertainment; finally, the remaining will go to ...