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Q: What is the nth term for 1 6 11 16?

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5n+1

35 * * * * * That is the next term. The question, however, is about the nth term. And that is 6*n - 1

If you mean -1 3 7 11 15 then the nth term is 4n-5 and so the next term will be 19

The nth term of the sequence is 2n + 1.

It is: nth term = 5-4n and so the next term will be -19

The nth term is: 3n+1 and so the next number will be 16

Clearly, if you omit the sign, the nth. term will be 4n. The alternating sign can easily be expressed as a power of (-1), so in summary, the nth. term is (-1)n4n.

The nth term is: 3n-7 and so the next number will be 11

The nth term is: 3n-7 and so the next number will be 11

(n2+n+2) / 2, starting with n=0.

The nth term is 4n-1 and so the next term will be 19

The next term is: 15+4 = 19 The nth term is: 4n-5

10n + 1

The nth term is n2.

The nth term of the sequence is (n + 1)2 + 2.

Formula for nth termTn = a + (4n - 1) {where a is the first term and n is natural number}

The nth term of a arithmetic sequence is given by: a{n} = a{1} + (n - 1)d → a{5} = a{1} + (5 - 1) × 3 → a{5} = 4 + 4 × 3 = 16.

The nth term for that arithmetic progression is 4n-1. Therefore the next term (the fifth) in the sequence would be (4x5)-1 = 19.

n2

2n+1

n^2 + 2n + 1

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2n+5

It works out as -5 for each consecutive term

The 'n'th term is [ 4 - 3n ].

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