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# Definition of a Sequence

## Notation involving specifically ordered lists of numbers

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## Sequences - Overview

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## Sequences - Example 1

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Write out the first five terms of a sequence
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## Sequences - Example 2

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Write out the first five terms of a sequence whose terms alternate in sign
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## Sequences - Example 3

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Find the nth term of a sequence
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## Sequences - Example 4

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Write an expression for the nth term of the sequence
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## Sequences - Example 5

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Write the first five terms of the sequence defined recursively
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## Sequences - Example 6

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Write the terms of a sequence involving factorials
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## Sequences - Example 8

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