# Ch 18: Algebra II: Sequences & Series

### About This Chapter

The short videos in this chapter can help you better understand sequences and series as you work toward passing a test or completing a homework assignment. Lessons explore factorial notation, arithmetic series, the binomial theorem and more.

## Algebra II: Sequences & Series - Chapter Summary

Understanding sequences and series can be challenging for even the most advanced algebra student. Make the process of understanding these concepts easier by reviewing the fun video lessons in this chapter. Learn the basics of sequences and series and how they are used in a variety of math problems. Gauge the knowledge you've acquired by taking short lesson quizzes and a comprehensive chapter exam. If you have questions about this subject matter, submit them to our experts. Upon completion of this chapter, you will have a good grasp of the following:

• How to define infinite and finite sequences
• What the process is for using factorial notation and summation notation
• Reasons for and how to use the general term of a geometric sequence
• How arithmetic series in algebra works
• What is the sum of the first n terms of a geometric sequence and formula for infinite geometric series
• What is the formula for infinite geometric series
• How to use recursive rules for geometric, algebraic and arithmetic sequences
• What's involved in using sigma notation for the sum of a series
• What math induction means and how it is used
• Ways to find the value of an annuity
• What steps are involved in expanding a binomial using the binomial theorem
• What the names of special sequences are and how they are used

14 Lessons in Chapter 18: Algebra II: Sequences & Series
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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