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5-105.

For this problem, refer to the sequences graphed below.

# A first quadrant coordinate plane with x axis labeled as n scaled from 0 to 6 and y axis labeled as t of n scaled from 0 to 17. The discrete graph has the following 6 points: (0, comma 16), (1, comma 13), (2, comma 10), (3, comma 7), (4, comma 4), (5, comma 1).

#  A first quadrant coordinate plane with x axis labeled as n scaled from 0 to 6 and y axis labeled as t of n scaled from p to 17. The discrete graph has the following 6 points: (0, comma 16), (1, comma 9), (2, comma 4), (3, comma 1), (4, comma 0), (5, comma 1), (6, comma 4).

# A first quadrant coordinate plane with x axis labeled as n scaled from 0 to 6 and y axis labeled as t of n scaled from 0 to 17. The discrete graph has the following 7 points: (0, comma 16), (1, comma 8), (2, comma 4), (3, comma 2), (4, comma 1), (5, comma 0.5), has (6, comma 0.25).

  1. Identify each sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or neither.

    Make a list of the -values for each graph. How are these values changing?

    Graph #: neither

  2. If it is arithmetic or geometric, describe the sequence generator.

  • The sequence generator is the number that is being added or multiplied each time.

    Your answer for Graph # should be a factor.