3 July, 13:10

# Match the terms to their definition. 1. a sequence in which a fixed amount is added on to get the next term arithmetic sequence 2. an individual quantity or number in a sequence common difference 3. the fixed amount added on to get to the next term in an arithmetic sequence sequence 4. a set of numbers that follow a pattern, with a specific first number term

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Step-by-step explanation:

1. An arithmetic sequence is a sequence in which a fixed amount is added on to get the next term.

2. A term is an individual quantity or number in a sequence

3. The common difference is the fixed amount added on to get to the next term in an arithmetic sequence

4. A sequence is a set of numbers that follow a pattern, with a specific first number.

Consider the Arithmetic sequence

2,5,8,11, ...

Each of the numbers is referred to as a term. The next number is gotten by an addition of 3. Therefore its is an arithmetic sequence.

The number added, 3 is called the common difference of the sequence.