I get the impression that unlike solving derivatives and integrals, sequences and series do not have a lot of...should I say...find-the-equation-and-solve-your-way element -- sorry if that comes out wrong. Maybe it seems to be less "rote math" and because of this, I'm having a hard time trying to grasp it. Can anyone provide some tips?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Best way to approach sequences and series

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