Using the index "n" of the partial sums of a series as the domain, and the value of the corresponding partial sums of the series "Sn" as the range, is a series a function?
Please include in your answer:
- Which of the basic functions, (i.e. - linear, quadratic, rational, exponential), is related to the arithmetic series?
- Which of the basic functions, (i.e. - linear, quadratic, rational, exponential), is related to the geometric series?
Give a couple of real life examples of both the Arithmetic and Geometric sequences and series. Also, explain how these types of examples might affect you personally.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 4, 2021, 7:58 pm ad1c9bdddf
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Yes, it is a function by using the index of a sequence as the domain and the value of the sequence as the range. Each ...
The solution explains the definition of the function. It explains the type of the functions that the arithmetic and geometric series/sequences belong to using the index as the independent variable and the value of the series as the range. It also includes real life applications of the sequences.