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S&S Vocab

Sequences and Series Vocabulary

The sum of a sequence that does not have a last term Infinite Series
The sum of ther first n terms in a seqeunce Nth Partial Sum
Using the Greek Letter Sigma to write a sum in shorthand Sigma Notation
A function whose domain is the set of natural numbers Sequence
A sequence that has a last term Finite
Expression for sum of terms in a sequence Series
A sequence where a ratio is constant between two consecutive terms Geometric
The constant in a Geometric Sequence Common Ratio
A sequence were a difference between two consecutive terms is constant Arithmetic
The constant in a Arithmetic Sequence Common Difference
A formula that defines each term in a sequence by relating it to one or more previous terms Recursive
A formula that defines each term in a sequence by realting it to its natural number domain Explicit
Values in a Sequence Terms
Created by: saxmank