Arithmetic - math problems
Number of problems found: 2135
- Arithmetic progression
In some AP applies: 5a2 + 7a5 = 90 s3 = 12 Find the first member a =? and difference d = ?
- Sequence 2
Write the first 5 members of an arithmetic sequence a11=-14, d=-1
- AP members
What is the value of x2, x3, x4, x5…of the terms (of arithmetic progression) when x1 = 8 and x6 = 20?
- Negative difference
Find four arithmetic progression members between 7 and -6.
- Missing term
What is the missing term in the sequence? _____, 13, 30, and 47?
- Determine AP
Determine the difference of the arithmetic progression if a3 = 7, and a4 + a5 = 71
In the arithmetic sequence is a1=-1, d=4. Which member is equal to the number 203?
In the arithmetic sequence is given: Sn=2304, d=2, an=95 Calculate a1 and n.
- Fifth member
Determine the fifth member of the arithmetic progression, if the sum of the second and fifth members equal to 73, and difference d = 7.
- This year
This year 2020 is a leap year. How many leap years there had been be since 1904?
- Sequences AP + GP
The three numbers that make up the arithmetic sequence have the sum of 30. If we subtract from the first 5, from the second 4 and keep the third, we get the geometric sequence. Find AP and GP members.
- Consecutive numbers
Sum of ten consecutive numbers is 105. Determine these numbers (write first and last).
- AS sequence
In an arithmetic sequence is given the difference d = -3 and a71 = 455. a) Determine the value of a62 b) Determine the sum of 71 members.
- Nineteenth member
Find the nineteenth member of the arithmetic sequence: a1=33 d=5 find a19
Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle which angles forming the successive members of the arithmetic sequence.
- Saving per cents
The first day I save 1 cent and every next day cent more. How many I saved per year (365 days)?
- Insert 3
Insert five arithmetic progression members between -7 and 3/2.
- Simple sequence
Continue with this series of numbers: 1792,448, 112, _, _
- Sum of odd numbers
Find the sum of all odd integers from 13 to 781.
- Apples in baskets
Determine how many apples are in baskets when in the first basket are 4 apples, and in any other is 29 apples more than the previous, and we have eight baskets.