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Term - Sequence

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Term - Sequence

Terms are the numbers of a sequence. For example, the numbers and are terms in the set (the real numbers). In the sequence the term can represent an arbitrary term in the sequence, where gives its position. Alternatively, if the sequence is finite, can represent the last term of the sequence, and the index gives the number of terms in the sequence.