This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on **How To Find The Next Term In An Arithmetic Sequence.**

An arithmetic sequence goes from one term to the next by always adding (or subtracting) the same value. The number added (or subtracted) at each stage of the arithmetic sequence is called the common difference.

Consider the following sequence of integers: 5, 11, 23, 47 What is the 6th element in this sequence?

The sequence Sn is defined by:

Sn=S(n-1) -21

s1=93

What is S57?

-1104

-1176

-1083

-2014

-3914

The sequence Sn is defined by:

Sn=S(n-1) +11

s1=201

What is S101?

1111

602

1301

1312

301

The sequence Sn is defined by:

Sn=S(n-1) +5

s1=14

What is S4?

21

20

41

34

29

None of the other answers

126

129

33

39

What is the value of the 20th term of the sequence?

155

220

443

163

460

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Finding the Next Term in an Arithmetic Sequence

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