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6.3 Geometric Sequences
All of the sequences below are geometric sequences. What do they have in common?
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6.2 Arithmetic Series
When terms of an arithmetic sequence are added, the result is known as an arithmetic
series.
For example:
3, 5, 7, 9, 11 is an arithmetic sequence (first term: _ & common differe
5.8 Special Triangles and Special Angles
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Method to evaluate trigonometric functions with special triangles:
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6.4 Geometric Series
When terms of an geometric sequence are added, the result is known as a geometric
series.
For example:
5, 10, 20, 40, 80 is a geometric sequence (first term: _ & common ratio: _)
6.5 Geometric Series Part II To Infinity and Beyond
Record the results from the experiment:
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Round 3:
Round 4
Round 5
Round 6
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