Quadratic Sequences Nth terms Worksheets and Answers
Students typically learn about quadratic sequences once they have learnt about linear sequences. Quadratic sequences have a higher power of 2. When the differences between each term is not uniform but instead goes up or down in equal steps this indicates that the sequence is quadratic. When the difference between the differences, otherwise known a the second difference, is the same or uniform, then this confirms that the sequences is quadratic. Take a look at the example below.
Quadratic Sequences Cazoomy Worksheet and Answers
9-1 GCSE Higher
Quadratic Sequences Answer
- n² + 3