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What are Arithmetic Sequences?
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A sequence in which every term is created by adding or subtracting a definite number to the preceding number is an arithmetic sequence.

In other words, there is common difference between any two consecutive terms.

For example:

$2;4;6;8;10;...$ is an arithmetic sequence that is generated by adding 2 to the previous value in order to get the next i.e. $a_{n+1}=a_{n}+2$

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