Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

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Chapter 11 - Section 11.3 - Series - Exercise Set: 50

Answer

A sequence is an array of numbers (called terms) that follow a common pattern and usually has either a common difference or a common ratio while a series is a sum of the terms of a sequence.

Work Step by Step

A sequence is an array of numbers (called terms) or objects that follow a common pattern. A sequence that involves numbers usually has either a common difference or a common ratio. A series is a sum of the terms of a numeric sequence.
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