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### What Are Sequences

This is an introduction to sequences. Lists of numbers, finite and infinite, that follow certain rules are called sequences. This lesson covers the definition of a sequence, and how to identify a rule. There are specific sequences that have their own formulas and methods for finding the value of terms, such as arithmetic and geometric sequences.

### Solving Math Sequences

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