1. Originally Posted by Rike73
They are backward multiples of square root integers.

9x9 = 81
8x8 = 64
7x7 = 49
6x6 = 36
5x5 = 25
4x4 = 16

They are the first letter of the numbers 1 to 10

If I wrote it this way would it help?
1, 2², 3, 4², 5, 6², 7...

The odd terms are just the odd numbers:
1, 3, 5, 7, (9, 11, 13, etc.)

The even terms are just the (even) number squared:
4, 16, 36, (64, 100, 144, etc.)

The pattern is:
n if the term is odd, or n² if the term is even.

1, 4, 3, 16, 5, 36, 7, 64, 9, 100, 11, 144, 13, 196, 15, 256, etc.
This guy is smart.

2. We need a fucking Homework Section.
/Vouch it.

3. Im Cracking up how this is MPGH

4. General Section Sunshine.

5. -.- you need to learn how to do this, it isn't "advanced" enough for you not to learn this stuff.(honestly we went over this in 10th grade)

6. ok do u wanna no what grade i am Empire im in 9th grade k ty and EndRit i like ur comment and @Longevity yes that guy is smart

7. i took geometry in 8th

i'm an underachiever in school though

dont give enough of a shit put any effort

8. Originally Posted by GeoForReal
ok do u wanna no what grade i am Empire im in 9th grade k ty and EndRit i like ur comment and @Longevity yes that guy is smart
ask arunforce when he comes on his super smart with math he helped me with math a couple times!!

10. Originally Posted by SpaceCowboy
lmao didnt see it asians today so fast lmao

11. Originally Posted by GeoForReal
ok im not really trying to convince im seeing if any1 offers to "help me" not do it. and it seems like you dont have a clue on how to do it hahahaha
Reverse psychology fail.

I'm not helping you. Do your own damn work.

12. Originally Posted by Rike73
They are backward multiples of square root integers.

9x9 = 81
8x8 = 64
7x7 = 49
6x6 = 36
5x5 = 25
4x4 = 16

They are the first letter of the numbers 1 to 10

If I wrote it this way would it help?
1, 2², 3, 4², 5, 6², 7...

The odd terms are just the odd numbers:
1, 3, 5, 7, (9, 11, 13, etc.)

The even terms are just the (even) number squared:
4, 16, 36, (64, 100, 144, etc.)

The pattern is:
n if the term is odd, or n² if the term is even.

1, 4, 3, 16, 5, 36, 7, 64, 9, 100, 11, 144, 13, 196, 15, 256, etc.
YOU SHOULD BE RUNNING MPGH /GEWD

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