Question
Mathematics
(A) Find the mussing ferm of the following segriende.
1. $3,12,21$3,12,21, 2. 3. $5,12,-2,\phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}\frac{2}{2}$5,12,-2,quad(2)/(2),
2. $2,\frac{12}{4},{10}^{20},29$2,(12)/(4),10^(20),29,
3. $\frac{1}{17},14,10,16,-\frac{5}{5}$(1)/(17),14,10,16,-(5)/(5)
4. $17,14,-,19,24$17,14,-,19,24,
5. $4,\dots ,⟶,19,\frac{24}{12},16$4,dots,longrightarrow,19,(24)/(12),16
6. $-1,-,-,-31,39$-1,-,-,-31,39
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1. The missing term can be found by adding 9 to the previous term:
$3+9=12$3+9=12, $12+9=21$12+9=21, $21+9=\overline{)30}$21+9=30.
2. It is not clear what the sequence is supposed to be. Please provide additional information or clarify the sequence.
3. The missing term can be found by subtracting 4 from the previous term:
$2-4=-2$2-4=-2, $-2-4=-6$-2-4=-6, $\overline{){10}^{20}}-4={10}^{20}$10^(20)-4=10^(20), ${10}^{20}-4=\overline{)99999999999999999996}$10^(20)-4=99999999999999999996.
4. The missing term can be found by adding 7 to the previous term:
$5+7=12$5+7=12, $12+7=19$12+7=19, $19+7=26$19+7=26, $\overline{)33}$33.
5. The missing term can be found by adding 1 to the previous term and then multiplying by -1:
$\frac{1}{17}+1=\frac{18}{17}$(1)/(17)+1=(18)/(17), $\frac{18}{17}\cdot -1=-\frac{18}{17}$(18)/(17)*-1=-(18)/(17), $-\frac{18}{17}+1=-\frac{1}{17}$-(18)/(17)+1=-(1)/(17), $-\frac{1}{17}+1=\overline{)\frac{16}{17}}$-(1)/(17)+1=(16)/(17).
6. It is not clear what the sequence is supposed to be. Please provide additional information or clarify the sequence.
7. The missing term can be found by adding 3 to the previous term:
$4+3=7$4+3=7, $7+3=10$7+3=10, $10+3=13$10+3=13, $\overline{)16}$16, $\frac{24}{12}+3=5+3=\overline{)8}$(24)/(12)+3=5+3=8, $16+3=19$16+3=19.
8. It is not clear what the sequence is supposed to be. Please provide additional information or clarify the sequence.
9. The missing terms can be found by subtracting 10 from the first term:
$-1-10=-11$-1-10=-11, $-11-10=-21$-11-10=-21, $-21-10=-31$-21-10=-31, $-31-10=-41$-31-10=-41, $\overline{)-51}$-51, $\overline{)-61}$-61, $39$39.
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