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1. Which of the following set of numbers is an example of a
A.
B. $1.2$ $24$ 3, 4, 5} C. (1,4, $sc9$ $onc07$ $9.16.27\right)$ $24.6\right)$
8, 16, 31) D. (1.
$2.111s9$ function whose domain includes only the first n positive integers
A. Infinite Sequence C. Infinite Series
B. Finite Sequence D. Finite scrics
3. What is the value of the first term of the sequence a = n-1?
A. -1 B. 1 C. 0 D. 2
4. Which of the following numbers is the 8" term of sequence a, = D. 16
A. 4 B. 8 C. 12
5. Using the pattem 3, 1, -1, -3 what are the next three terms of the sequence?
A. -5, -7, -9 CD. . -5,
Dur B.-1, 1, 3 -3, --91, , 7 1
6. What are the first three terms of the sequence with the nth term $a=n^{2}+27$
C. 3, 6, 8
ep A. 3, 6, 15 D. 3, 6, 11
B. 3, 6, 10
7. What are the next two numbers that will complete the terms of the sequence
16, $21.26.31$
A. 36, 41 $41.46$ $40$ $4$
B. $4245$
8. Find the general rule of the sequence $c$ $1.8.27.64^{0}$ $c$ $0$
$9==2n-1$ $a_{n}=n^{3}$ $a_{n}=2n^{2}$
$A$ $θ=2$ $B.a_{n}=n$
9. Which of the following equation is the n" term of the sequence
$7.y,11$ 13, 15, ...?
$a=2n+5|$ C. $a_{n}=2n-5$ $a_{3}=2n-3$
BA. . $9=2n+3$ D.
10. What is the nth tem of the sequence
$26,12.20$ $c$ $0$ $2$ $0n=2n^{2}+1$ $8n=2n^{2}-1$
$A$ $B=\pi ^{2}-$ $B.Bn=x+n$

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