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Christian Lawson-Perfect 5 years, 1 month ago
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The gaps are all set as "mathematical expression", but there's no reason they shouldn't be "number entry" (apart from the formula part, obv.)
The parts of this question aren't coherent; you could keep the same sequence throughout, and ask the student to:
- Find the common ratio
- Give the formula for the $n$th term
- Calculate a given term.
Lauren Richards commented 5 years, 1 month ago
- Make sure i) and ii) etc are in italics both in the parts and the advice.
- I think I would capitalise "Common ratio" in part a).
- Advice content for a) is fine.
- Where you have stated what the formula for the geometric sequence is in part b) of the advice, I think you should explain that a is the first term and r is the common ratio.
- Make sure you use displaystyle to make the formula large.
- Think there might be a slight glitch in the advice of c) where you are trying to figure out the common ratio, it says a*a^3 instead of 375 as it was supposed to be in this case.
- Typo in the last sentence of the advice - it says "we can write substitute them into the formula..." - "We" should be capitalised and just scrap write.
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