Question

If false, give a reason.if we know the first and second terms of an arithmetic sequence, then we can find any other term.

a. True
b. False

1. The correct option is a. True.
If we know the first and second terms of an arithmetic sequence, then we can find any other term. is a true statement.

### What is arithmetic sequence?

An arithmetic sequence would be the sequence in which the common difference between any two succeeding terms remains constant. Let us review what a sequence is.
• A sequence is a pattern-following collection of numbers.
• A sequence 1, 6, 11, 16,…, for example, would be an arithmetic sequence since each number is formed by addition 5 to its previous term.
• We have two formulas for arithmetic sequences.
1. The formula for determining the nth term in an arithmetic sequence.
2. The formula for calculating the sum of an arithmetic sequence’s first n terms
• One can employ the arithmetic sequence method to discover any term inside the arithmetic sequence.
• An arithmetic sequence’s first term is a, whose common difference is d, and n represents the number of terms.
• The AP’s general form is a, a+d, a+2d, a+3d, and so on up to n terms.
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