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>> -2/5+(-3/20)+1/10+7/20+...+8/5

-8/20

-3/20

+2/20

+7/20

+ ...

+ 32/20

Did you notice that each number is '5/20' larger than the previous number?

Graph each pair:

(1,-8/20)

(2,-3/20)

(3,2/20)

(4,7/20)

and you will generate a straight line.

So: X(n) = ( n * 5 - 13 ) / 20

generates the required values.

Posted on Feb 24, 2015

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Input: -2/5-3/20+1/10+7/20+X+8/5

Result: X+3/2

Geometric Figure: Line

Alternate form: 1/2 (2X+3)

Posted on Oct 24, 2012

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Are you trying to find a particular term in the geometric sequence?

For example, in the geometric sequence 2,4,8,16 to find the 15th term we would use the formula a sub n = a sub 1 x r ^(n-1), where a sub n is the nth term of the geometric sequence

a sub 1 is the 1st term of the geometric sequence

r is common ratio between successive terms

n is the term you are looking for

In our example, a sub 1 is 2, r is 2 and n is 15.

a sub n = a sub 1 x r ^(n-1)

a sub 15 = 2x 2(15-1)

a sub 15 = 2 ^ 15

a sub 15 = 32,768

On your calculator, you use the key to the right of x^2 to do x to the nth power.

Good luck.

Paul

Geometric Sequences and Series

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For example, in the geometric sequence 2,4,8,16 to find the 15th term we would use the formula a sub n = a sub 1 x r ^(n-1), where a sub n is the nth term of the geometric sequence

a sub 1 is the 1st term of the geometric sequence

r is common ratio between successive terms

n is the term you are looking for

In our example, a sub 1 is 2, r is 2 and n is 15.

a sub n = a sub 1 x r ^(n-1)

a sub 15 = 2x 2(15-1)

a sub 15 = 2 ^ 15

a sub 15 = 32,768

On your calculator, you use the key to the right of x^2 to do x to the nth power.

Good luck.

Paul

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Hello,

Well I'm not sure why you are asking but these are general terms. These terms are used in geometry.

When printers are printer graphics they are using so called primitives to print graphic objects. The best example that comes to mind is when you use CAD software to print drawings. This is a very involved subject. One could quite easily devote a large book to discussing it.

As to the specifics of the objects line, plane and point. Well you know what a point is correct?

A point is a one dimensional geometric object. If you simply place the tip of a ballpoint pen on a piece of paper and create a dot, that is a point.

You know what a line is correct? A line is a two dimensional geometric object. If you place a straight object on a piece of paper, like say a book. And draw with your ball point pen along it's edge you create a line.

A plane may not be as obvious. A plane is a three dimensional geometric object. Imagine a piece of cardboard floating in the air in front of you. This is a plane.

A plane represented on a two dimensional object, like a plane drawn on a piece of paper (two dimensional) creates either a rectangle or a parallelogram.

If this does not answer your question you will have to be more specific.

Well I'm not sure why you are asking but these are general terms. These terms are used in geometry.

When printers are printer graphics they are using so called primitives to print graphic objects. The best example that comes to mind is when you use CAD software to print drawings. This is a very involved subject. One could quite easily devote a large book to discussing it.

As to the specifics of the objects line, plane and point. Well you know what a point is correct?

A point is a one dimensional geometric object. If you simply place the tip of a ballpoint pen on a piece of paper and create a dot, that is a point.

You know what a line is correct? A line is a two dimensional geometric object. If you place a straight object on a piece of paper, like say a book. And draw with your ball point pen along it's edge you create a line.

A plane may not be as obvious. A plane is a three dimensional geometric object. Imagine a piece of cardboard floating in the air in front of you. This is a plane.

A plane represented on a two dimensional object, like a plane drawn on a piece of paper (two dimensional) creates either a rectangle or a parallelogram.

If this does not answer your question you will have to be more specific.

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Picture is horizontally narrowed and deformed

Capacitor C2913 (390nF, 250V) on the deflector PCB had lost capacity

Geometric distortion, Pillow, and picture enlarged horizontaly

The problem was a short from GND to pin 11 inside IC301 (TDA8350Q). This pin is the output of amplifier for geometric correction signal. Replace IC301

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