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A sequence, in mathematics, is an ordered list of elements.
Sequence may also refer to:
Arts and media
- Sequence (filmmaking), a series of shots or scenes, edited together in succession
- Sequence (journal), a film journal
- Séquences, a Quebec film magazine
- Sequence (2013 film), a 2013 short fantasy horror film
- Sequence, a 16 minute film directed by David Winning
- Sequence (game), a board-and-card game distributed by Jax Ltd., Inc.
- Sequence (music), a passage which is successively repeated at different pitches
- Sequence (musical form), a medieval Latin poem or its musical setting which became part of the Mass
- The Sequence, a 1980s all-female hip-hop/funk trio
Science, technology, and mathematics
Biology and medicine
- Sequence (biology), the primary structure of a biopolymer
- Sequence (medicine), a series of ordered consequences due to a single cause
Other uses in science, technology, and mathematics
- Sequence (geology), a succession of geological events
- Archaeological sequence
- Sequence diagram, used to visualise the design of a computing system
- Sequential manual transmission, a type of manual automotive transmission
- Sequence of tenses, in grammar
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