## sequence

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• Info In mathematics, a sequence is an ordered list. more...
• It makes one small sequence of characters match a larger set of characters.
• These three elements are mounted one close behind the other in the mentioned sequence.
• A sequence can be thought of as a list of elements with a particular order.
• There are many operations which can work on any sequence type.
• Many of these sequences were used in the final version of the game.
• Another way of saying this is that the sequence of prime numbers never ends.
• The product of a sequence consisting of only one number is just that number itself.
• Some control sequences are special characters that always have the same meaning.
• Multiple sequences of letters may perform this role as well as single letters.
• This will mark the end of the Sun's main-sequence life.
• The table below shows typical values for stars along the main sequence.
• The sequence used a motion-control camera to give better depth of field.
• Letters are written as a linear sequence, in most cases left to right.
• It is one of the earliest sound films to have a short pre-credit sequence.
• In this case, we may call the most common sequence in a population, the wild-type sequence.
• Many walked out, and those who remained laughed at sequences intended to be serious.
• Hence, these sequences and the information they carry may get lost.
• An escape character may not have its own meaning, so all escape sequences are of two or more characters.
• Construction of a night nest is done by following a sequence of steps.
• The action sequences were shot in a small boat in the studio water tank.

### Meaning of sequence

• noun Serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern
the sequence of names was alphabetical, he invented a technique to determine the sequence of base pairs in DNA
• noun A following of one thing after another in time
the doctor saw a sequence of patients
• noun Film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie
• noun Several repetitions of a melodic phrase in different keys
• verb Arrange in a sequence
• verb Determine the order of constituents in
They sequenced the human genome