# Ch 9: ASVAB Math: Patterns & Sequences

Different patterns and sequences are illustrated for you in this chapter's engaging video and text lessons. Getting practice with arithmetic and geometric series will help you with answering some questions you may see on the ASVAB Math subtest.

## ASVAB Math: Patterns & Sequences - Chapter Summary

Learn how to calculate different series types by reviewing all the material in this chapter. The topics you'll be studying will make you ready for similar content on the ASVAB Math subtest. Some of the specific concentrations of the chapter are as follows:

• Finding and classifying geometric sequences
• Calculating an arithmetic series
• Mathematical sequence
• Summation notation
• Classification of arithmetic sequences

Our professional instructors show you how to work with these different sequences through clear text discussions and short, fun video lessons. You can use the video tags for going back and forth between parts of videos conveniently.

### Objectives of the ASVAB Math: Patterns & Sequences Chapter

The Mathematics Knowledge (MK) ASVAB subtest requires you to be familiar with a variety of subject matter including pattern and sequence information found in this chapter. You'll be answering 25 total questions on the MK subtest if you're taking the paper-and-pencil assessment, or 16 questions if you elect to take the computer version of the ASVAB. Questions that you'll be answering will be in multiple-choice format. While you're studying this chapter, you can get immediate feedback on your understanding with the practice quizzes' questions.

7 Lessons in Chapter 9: ASVAB Math: Patterns & Sequences
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