No, it will be a formula, because "the nth term" means that you have not defined exactly which term it is. So, you make a formula which works for ANY term in the sequence.
It means to work out a suitable nth term that is applicable to all terms of a sequence of numbers following a regular pattern.
There is no set equation for finding the nth term of a non- linear sequence. You have to go through a procedure to find the equation suitable for your given sequence. You would have to post the equation itself or re phrase your question for the answer.
From what I know, it is just called "next term in sequence" For a unknown term, just call it the "nth term".
It is not possible to determine an nth term from a single number.
The nth term is 2n
It is not possible to find the nth term from the given information.
Any number can be the nth term of a suitable AP.
The nth term is equal to 4n.
It is: nth term = -4n+14
The nth term is (36 - 4n)
Nth term With the nth term you substitute the n for the term number (e.g. 50) so the 50th term in 2n+3 would be 2x50+3=103
The nth term is (2n - 12).
The nth term is: 5-2n
At least two or more numbers are needed to work out the nth term
It is: nth term = 7n-9
It is: nth term = 6n-4
If you mean: 6 12 18 24 then the nth term is 6n
6n-5 is the nth term of this sequence
The nth term in this sequence is 4n + 3.
"Non-linear sequence" is a generic term for just about ANY sequence, each of which will have a different equation.
The nth term of an arithmetic sequence = a + [(n - 1) X d]
my nth term maths is very tuff because its syallabus is changed