## What is r in mathematical language?

R = real numbers, Z = integers, N=natural numbers, Q = rational numbers, P = irrational numbers.

### What does R mean in geometric sequence?

the common ratio

A geometric sequence is a sequence of numbers that follows a pattern were the next term is found by multiplying by a constant called the common ratio, r.

#### What does R mean when dividing?

the remainder

The number q is called the quotient, while r is called the remainder.

**What is Bquote SAS?**

The %BQUOTE function treats all parentheses and quotation marks produced by resolving macro variable references or macro calls as special characters to be masked at execution time. (It does not mask parentheses or quotation marks that are in the argument at compile time.)

**What does Bquote mean in terminal?**

bquote: Partial substitution in expressions An analogue of the LISP backquote macro.

## What is r in sequence and series?

The number multiplied (or divided) at each stage of a geometric sequence is called the “common ratio” r, because if you divide (that is, if you find the ratio of) successive terms, you’ll always get this common value.

### What are the values of a1 and r?

Answer: The values of a1 and r are 2 and -1 respectively. Let us find the values of a1 and r. Explanation: The terms in the geometric series are 2, -2, 2, -2.

#### What does 2mod4 mean?

This answer is not useful. Show activity on this post. mod means the reaminder when divided by. So 2 divided by 4 is 0 with 2 remaining. Therefore 2 mod 4 is 2.

**What symbol is used to divide to numbers and returns a decimal value?**

Division is a mathematical operation, written using the symbol ÷ , that can be thought of in two ways: a÷b is the size of each group when a objects are divided into b groups of equal size, OR a÷b is the number of groups when a objects are divided into groups of b objects each.

**What is Superq SAS?**

The %SUPERQ function locates the macro variable named in its argument and quotes the value of that macro variable without permitting any resolution to occur. It masks all items that might require macro quoting at macro execution.

## How do you mask in SAS?

In general, if you want to mask a % sign with a macro quoting function at compilation, use %NRSTR. There is one case where you can use %STR to mask a % sign: when the % sign does not have any text following it that could be construed by the macro processor as a macro name. The % sign must be marked by another % sign.