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Q: What could be a term in the sequence a equals 3n plus 16 n?

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Yes, it can.

1, 16, 81, 256 14641 is the 11th term.

the (n-1)th term plus the (n-2)th term.

The nth term of a sequence is the general formula for a sequence. The nth term of this particular sequence would be n+3. This is because each step in the sequence is plus 3 higher than the previous step.

The first four terms are 3 9 27 81 and 729 is the 6th term.

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an = an-1 + d term ar-1 = 11 difference d = -11 ar = ar-1 + d = 11 - 11 = 0 The term 0 follows the term 11.

I try to be psychic, but fail miserably. If you could give me a clue, like the first few terms of the sequence, I could have a go at giving you the 77th term.

2,1,0 is th sequence of its terms

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T(n) = 5n + 16

1st term= 3 2nd term = 5 Nth term = 2n+1 10th term= 21 = 2(10)+1

Without a context, it is difficult to give you the answer you want. You could term a filmed sequence as a 'video composition' in much the same way that you could term a musical sequence as a 'musical composition'.

nth term is n squared plus three

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a7 = a1 + 6*D = 10 + 6*(-3) = 10 - 18 = -8

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It is not possible to answer the question since a non linear sequence could be geometric, exponential, trigonometric etc.

a(n) = 7n so a(35) = 245

You have the 3rd term and you want to go out four more so multiply by 5 this many times: 125*5^4 = 78125