
Directions: Read carefully.
1. 
Which of the following function formulas describes this sequence?
{4, 8, 16, 32, 64, ...}
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2. 
The following diagrams form a sequence based upon the number of toothpicks needed to create the shapes.
b) How many toothpicks are needed to create the 6^{th} diagram in the sequence?
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3. 
Which sequence is generated by a_{n} = 4n  3 ?
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4. 
The sequence shown below is an arithmetic sequence. What is the value of the missing term?
{6, 9, , 15, 18, ...}
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5. 
Which of the following sequences can be generated using ?
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6. 
Which of the following sequences is a geometric sequence?


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7. 
What is the common difference in this arithmetic sequence?
{16, 10, 4, 2, 8, ...}


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8. 
What are the first three terms of this sequence?
a_{n}= n^{2} + 1
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9. 
What is the tenth term of this sequence?
a_{n}= (1)^{n}^{1}• n^{2}



10. 
Find the fourth term of this geometric sequence.
{459, 153, 51, ...}



11. 
What are the first four terms of this sequence?
f (1) = 2; f (n) = f (n  1) + 4



12. 
Which function "rule" is at work in the function machine shown at the right?
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