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• Math and Arithmetic

# What is the Nth term of 6 10 14 18 22?

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2009-11-03 19:08:05

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If look for the pattern in these numbers, you can see that they follow a simple sequence in which each number is four more than the previous one. They are not multiples of four though, so they will have to be offset. In this case, that offset is two. This means that we can express this sequence as:

f(n) = 2 + 4n

assuming that 6 is the first term, with an "n" value of 1.

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6,10,14 and 18

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Four

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- 2

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26

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26,30

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