# Ch 5: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Sequences & Iteration

You have come to the right place if you're looking for study guides to help you with sequences and iteration for the math portion of the Michigan Merit Exam. Our brief video lessons and quizzes will help you become accustomed to answering similar questions on exam day.

## Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Sequences & Iteration

In this chapter, you will enjoy brief video lessons about infinite and finite sequences. You will also learn about the formulas involved in arithmetic sequences. These lessons will enable you to answer questions about the following topics:

• Definitions of finite and infinite sequences
• Terms and definition of an arithmetic sequence
• Reasons and purposes for the general term and sum of the first in arithmetic sequences
• Definition and characteristics of an algebraic arithmetic sequence
• Geometric sequence and formula involved in the sum of the first
• Ways to utilize iterative processes in math

If you answer any of their quiz questions incorrectly, you can watch the parts of the videos that provide explanations of the correct answers. You can also review the lessons in this chapter with ease by reading over the video transcripts which contain bold printed keywords. If you have any questions, you can ask our instructors or experts.

### Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Sequences & Iterations Objectives

The lessons in this chapter correspond to the Algebra and Functions subject of the 4-part math portion of the Michigan Merit Exam. Students will be responsible for answering approximately 25 multiple-choice math questions that will be administered on 1 of the 3 test days. They may also be asked to solve inequalities and group functions.

10 Lessons in Chapter 5: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Sequences & Iteration
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