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SAT Arithmetic And Data Analysis
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Answer 8 questions in 15 minutes.
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Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Sequences involving exponential growth  or a constant ratio between terms; s={a ar ar2...arn1}
squares of fractions
arithmetical sequences
sum of the first n terms (arithmetical)
geometric sequences
2. Integers that follow in a sequence so the difference between successive integers is always 1.
geometric sequences
consecutive integers
squares of fractions
sum of the first n terms (arithmetical)
3. A sequence in which the difference between consecutive terms is constant; an=a1+(n1)d where n is the nth term and d is the interval
arithmetical sequences
squares of fractions
consecutive integers
consecutive even and odd integers
4. N(a1+an)/2
sum of the first n terms (arithmetical)
squares of fractions
sum of the first n terms (geometric)
consecutive integers
5. A(1rn)/(1r)
consecutive integers
geometric sequences
arithmetical sequences
sum of the first n terms (geometric)
6. N  n+2  n+4  n+6...
sum of the first n terms (arithmetical)
sum of the first n terms (geometric)
geometric sequences
consecutive even and odd integers
7. 0<x<1  then x squared<x
arithmetical sequences
sum of the first n terms (arithmetical)
squares of fractions
integers
8. Positive and negative whole numbers  including zeros. NOT fractions or decimals.
integers
consecutive even and odd integers
arithmetical sequences
squares of fractions