A sequence is a list of numbers that is set in a definite order, e.g. in geometric sequences we multiply the previous term of the sequence by a constant: 1, 2, 4, 8… A series is the sum of all terms of a sequence. **Assignments** concerning sequences first appear in high school and you are sure to encounter them at college and university if you go on study mathematics, for it is a notion that helps in **solving** various problems in different fields of the mathematics. So, if you have sequences on your math homework, it is better to find out everything about them before plunging into search for **solutions**.

A sequence generally has a rule that helps to define the value of the next term, e.g. the sequence 1, 4, 7, 10 starts with one and adds by 3 every time. Although it is alright to say “adds 3 every time” to yourself, it doesn’t help to deal with your assignment, e.g., to find the 150th term. That’s why when working with sequences in your **homework** you have to compose a formula with n in it (where n is any term member). Thus, the answer for our sequence will be 3n-2. Try out this for yourself, test it with various numbers, and you’ll see it is correct. However, the best way to learn how to perform an assignment dealing with sequences is to practice. Think about questions for yourself, try to compose complex sequences and formulas for them in addition to your usual **homework**.

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