A rules for the nnth term in a sequence representing geometric growth or decay
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A rules for the nnth term in a sequence representing geometric growth or decay
Modelling growth and decay using recursion
Year 12
This video is a part of the Further Maths Units 3 and 4 course and completes the part of the course dealing with recursion. Having spent a lot of time looking at how we can use recursion to create sequences, we're going to draw the work together and look at how we can create one formula to allow us to find any term of a geometric sequence. Lots of worked examples are included to demonstrate how awesome this one formula can be.
Published: April 15, 2020
Length: 29 mins and 34 seconds
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