A sequence is an ordered set of mathematical objects. Sequences of object are most commonly denoted using braces. For example, the symbol {2n}_(n=1)^infty denotes the infinite sequence of even numbers {2,4,...,2n,...}.

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196-Algorithm, A-Sequence, Alcuin's Sequence, Appell Cross Sequence, Appell Sequence, B2-Sequence, Basic Polynomial Sequence, Beatty Sequence, Binomial-Type Sequence, Carmichael Sequence, Cauchy Sequence, Convergent Sequence, Cross Sequence, Decreasing Sequence, Degree Sequence, Fractal Sequence, Giuga Sequence, Increasing Sequence, Infinitive Sequence, Integer Sequence, Iteration Sequence, List, Nonaveraging Sequence, Polynomial Sequence, Primitive Sequence, Reverse-Then-Add Sequence, Score Sequence, Sequence Density, Series, Sheffer Sequence, Signature Sequence, Sort-Then-Add Sequence, Steffensen Sequence, Ulam Sequence Explore this topic in the MathWorld classroom

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Hardy, G. H. A Course of Pure Mathematics, 10th ed. London: Cambridge University Press, 1952.Jeffreys, H. and Jeffreys, B. S. "Sequences." §1.04 in Methods of Mathematical Physics, 3rd ed. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, pp. 10-14, 1988.Knopp, K. Theory and Application of Infinite Series. New York: Dover, 1990.

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