Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

Consider the first six terms of this
sequence: 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17,........What
would be the 41 ^{st} term of this sequence?
a.  43  c.  125  b.  122  d.  2,431,533 


2.

The first term in this sequence is
1. Which function represents a recursive
definition of the sequence?


3.

Jessica was trying to prepare for a
marathon. She had already started preparing and beginning on week 1 of training she ran 3.5
miles every other day. On week 2, she increased to running 5 miles every other day. On
week 3, she increased to running 6.5 miles every other day. So, each week she continued to
increase the amount she ran by 1.5 miles. A marathon is 26 miles
long. In which week will she be actually practicing by running 26 miles during her practice
runs?


4.

Jonah Sesquare started creating the following
pattern in steps: If Jonah continues this pattern how many
square tiles will be needed for the 15 ^{th} step?
a.  57  c.  268,435,456  b.  61  d.  1,073,741,824 


5.

Consider the first six terms of this
sequence: 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96,........What
would be the 19 ^{th} term of this sequence?
a.  393,216  c.  1,572,864  b.  786,432  d.  1,162,261,467 


6.

Consider the first six terms of this
sequence: 6, 12, 24, 48, 96,........Which equation
below recursively defines the sequence?


7.

The
value of a precious gold coin is increasing at a rate of 5% per year. If the coin is worth $105
today, what will it be worth in 11 years? (Hint: The first term of
the geometric sequence is $110.25 and the common ratio is 1.05. What is the 11^{th} term?)    
a.  $169.79  c.  $179.59  b.  $160.00  d.  $162.75 


8.

A
particular bacteria doubles in area on a petri dish every day. If on the first day the bacteria
covers 3 mm^{2}, how much area should the bacteria cover by the 10^{th}
day? (Hint: The first term of the geometric sequence is 3 and the
common ratio is 2. What is the 10^{th}
term?)    
a.  1536 mm^{2}  c.  6144 mm^{2}  b.  3072 mm^{2}  d.  19683
mm^{2} 
