Here is the list of **exercises on numerical sequences**. Each corrected exercise is accompanied by indications, reminders of the course, and methodological advice, which allows you to practice independently.

Exercise example N°1614 :

- Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(n)=(-5-4*n)/(4+3*n)`.
- Compute `u_(0)`
- Compute `u_(1)`

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to calculate terms of a sequence defined from a rational fraction function.

Exercise example N°1615 :

- Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(n)=-4-4*n`.
- Compute `u_(3)`
- Compute `u_(7)`

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to calculate terms of a sequence defined by a linear function.

Exercise example N°1616 :

- Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(n)=(-1)^n*4^(n+1)`.
- Compute `u_(1)`
- Compute `u_(2)`

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to calculate terms of a sequence defined by a power function.

Exercise example N°1617 :

- Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(n)=sqrt(3+3*n)/(5+3*n)`.
- Compute `u_(4)`
- Compute `u_(6)`

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to calculate terms of a sequence defined from a fraction and a square root.

Exercise example N°1618 :

- Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(0)= 2 ` and `u_(n+1)` = `1+u_(n)`.
- Compute `u_(3)`
- Compute `u_(5)`

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to calculate terms of a sequence defined by recurrence with a linear function.

Exercise example N°1619 :

- Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(0)= 2 ` and `u_(n+1)` = `-2+2*u_(n)^2`.
- Compute `u_(2)`
- Compute `u_(4)`

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to calculate terms of a sequence defined by recurrence with a quadratic function.

Exercise example N°1620 :

Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) defined by `u_(n)` = `(2+n)/(2+5*n)`.

Express as a function of n the terms of `u_(n+3)`.

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to write in algebraic form one of the terms of the sequence.

Exercise example N°1621 :

Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) defined by `u_(n)` = `-3-3*n`.

Express as a function of n the terms of `u_(n+1)`.

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The purpose of this exercise on numerical sequences is to write in algebraic form one of the terms of the sequence.

Exercise example N°1622 :

Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(0)= 3 ` and `u_(n+1)` = `-3+u_(n)`.

Is this sequence increasing or decreasing?

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Exercise on the direction of variation of a simple numerical sequence: constant sequences, increasing sequences and decreasing sequences.

Exercise example N°1623 :

Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) be defined for any natural number n by `u_(0)= 4 ` and `u_(n+1)` = `u_(n)/5`.

Is this sequence increasing or decreasing?

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Exercise on the direction of variation of a numerical sequence with a fraction: constant, increasing and decreasing sequences.

Exercise example N°1624 :

Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) defined for any natural number n by `u_(0)= -3 ` and `u_(n+1)` = `-7+u_(n)`.

1. Is (`u_(n)`) an arithmetic or a geometric sequence ?

2. What is the reason of (`u_(n)`)

3. Give the expression of `u_(n)` as a function of n.

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Exercise on arithmetic sequences, on geometric sequences and on common difference and on common ratio.

Exercise example N°1625 :

Let the sequence (`u_(n)`) defined for any natural number n by `u_(0)= -1 ` and `u_(n+1)` = `-9*u_(n)`.

1. Is (`u_(n)`) an arithmetic or a geometric sequence?

2. What is the reason of (`u_(n)`).

3. Give the expression of `u_(n)` as a function of n.

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Exercise on geometric sequences, on arithmetic sequences and their reason.

Exercise example N°1626 :

Let (`u_(n)`) be an arithmetic sequence of common difference -6, and of first term `u_(0)= 1 `.

1. Give the expression of `u_(n)` as a function of n.

2. Compute `u_(3)`

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This exercise allows you to practice the calculation of the terms of an arithmetic sequence from its common difference and its first term.

Exercise example N°1627 :

- "Let (`u_(n)`) be a geometric sequence of reason 8, and of first term `u_(0)= 2 `.
- Give the expression of `u_(n)` as a function of n .
- Compute `u_(5)`.

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This exercise allows you to practice the calculation of the terms of a geometric sequence from its common ratio and its first term.

Exercise example N°1628 :

- Let (`u_(n)`) be an arithmetic sequence of common difference 6, and of first term `u_(0)= 1`. Let S be the sum of `u_(3)` to `u_(25)`. S=`u_(3)`+`u_(4)`+`u_(5)`+`. . .`+`u_(25)`.
- Compute the number of terms in S.
- Compute S.

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This exercise allows you to practice calculating the sum of the terms of an arithmetic sequence from its common difference and its first term.

Exercise example N°1629 :

- Let S be the sum defined by S = `1`.
- Compute the number of terms in S.
- Compute S.

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This exercise allows you to practice calculating the sum of the terms of an arithmetic sequence.

Exercise example N°1630 :

- Let (`u_(n)`) be a geometric sequence of common ratio -2, and of first term `u_(0)= -2 `. Let S be the sum of `u_(2)` to `u_(14)`. S=`u_(2)`+`u_(3)`+`u_(4)`+`. . .`+`u_(14)`.
- Calculate `u_(2)`
- Calculate `u_(14)`.
- Deduce S.

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This exercise allows you to practice calculating the sum of the terms of a geometric sequence from its common ratio and its first term.