1. ## Need Bad Help With Geometry plz!!!

Here are some of the hardest questions i got today for Geometry

what are the last terms of these equations and what sequence did you use to get it? Or in other words what is the next term in each equation

1. 18, 46, 94, 63, 52, 61, __ <<<<

2. O, T, T, F, F, S, S, E, N, __ <<<<

3. 1, 4, 3, 16, 5, 36, 7, __ <<<<<<

4. 4, 8, 61, 221, 244, 884, __ <<<<<

Dont say im retarted or something for not knowing these because i have stared at these for like an hour and i do not know how to figure these out...
and most of all TNX FOR HELPING.

2. realy? wow, REALY?

3. yes rly.. !!!!!!!!!!

4. Your not going to convince anyone here to do your homework for you

5. 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

6. I might help...maybe.
Math is indeed my best subject.
But i gotta leave for church. -.-

7. alright thanx anywayz or u can just respond when u get back )))))!!!! ?plz?

8. wtf is that

i never had 2 do that rofl

9. Originally Posted by SpaceCowboy
wtf is that

i never had 2 do that rofl

lmfao im in advanced and dayum this crap is hard but i figured out number 4 already

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.

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14. 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.

damn man...i bet ur good at logic questions...nobody would have ever thought to try out stuff like that.
it seems so simple.

15. Originally Posted by Corndog5595
damn man...i bet ur good at logic questions...nobody would have ever thought to try out stuff like that.
it seems so simple.
i know and i thought this was impossible because how it goes up then down its just weird.

16. You need "bad" help? Sorry, I can only offer good help.

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