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I am familiar with the arithmetic sequence (the difference between one entry and the previous one is constant) and the geometric sequence ( the ratio between one entry and the previous one is constant).

are there any other important and simple sequences I should be aware of?

There is also the arithmetic and geometric series. Each one is the summation of terms from the arithmetic and geometric sequences respectively, correct?

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# Well known series and sequences

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