We are given that a sequence
We have to identify the pattern of the givens sequence and next three terms.
The difference between two consecutive terms are equal.When the difference between two consecutive terms are equal then the sequence is called arithmetic sequence.Hence, the sequence is arithmetic sequence.
M arc CB=64°,M<AOC= 116° ,M arc AD=26°,M arc DFB=154°,M<CDB=32°.
Measure of central angle is equal to the measure of intercepted arc .Given <COB= 64°.Hence M arc CB=64°.
<AOC= 180-64= 116°.( Angles made on a straight line is supplementary)
Measure of intercepted arc is twice the angle made on the circumference.
It is given <ABD= 13 °.Hence intercepted arc AD =2x13=26°.
Marc DFB=180-26=154°.Measure of arc of a semicircle is 180°.
M< CDB=64÷2=32°( angle made on circumference is half the angle made at the centre.)
Answer: The correct option is d.
From the given information it is noticed that the coordinate plane showing the points (1, 1) (2, 2) (3, 4) and (4, 8).
The coordinates are in the form of (x,y), it means the value of xth term of the sequence is y.
The point (1,1) represents that the first term is 1. Similarly from (2, 2) (3, 4) and (4, 8) points we can say that the second term is 2, third term is 4 and fourth term is 8.
The sequence is 1,2,4,8.
It can be written as,
Since the base is common that is 2 and the power is one less than the position of term. So the sequence is in the form of,
Therefore, the correct option is d.
its correct on edge.
I believe the answer is C) (x+5)^2 + (y - 1/2)^2 = 1.
I hope it helps!