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Non-Wimpy Sequences was written by Beth Schlesinger
San Diego High School
1405 Park Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101
For each sequence, you must describe the sequence using mathematical
terminology and give the next term.  For example, "Add one, add three"
would not be accectable.  What is needed is a mathematical description
or formula for the nth term.

Example

1,2,3,4,5,... (Counting or natural numbers)
1,3,5,7,...   (odd counting numbers or the
nth term is 2n - 1.)

 ------ Answer to 1 ------ =================== a = + or - n =================== The next term is + or - 5 ------ Answer to 2 ------ =================== One, Two, Three, Four,... =================== The next term is T for Ten ------ Answer to 3 ------ =================== The prime numbers =================== The next term is 17 ------ Answer to 4 ------ =================== The Fibonacci sequence =================== The next term is 21 ------ Answer to 5 ------ =================== Powers of eleven=================== The next term is 161,05111 to the 5th power ------ Answer to 6 ------ =================== a = n to the power of 3 + 1=================== The next term is 1265 to the power of 3 plus 1 ------ Answer to 7 ------ =================== The binary counting numbers=================== The next term is 1001which is 9 in binary ------ Answer to 8 ------ =================== If it is an even term, it's 3 plus the previous termIf it is an odd term, it's 7/2 times the previous term=================== The next term is 87, which is 3 plus 84 ------ Answer to 9 ------ =================== The perfect numbers=================== The next term is 8128A perfect number is the sum of all it's factors To see all solutions click on ------ Answer to 10 ------ =================== The prime numbers - 1 =================== The next term is 40

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