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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.

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Q: A certain arithmetic sequence has the recursive formula an equals an-1 plus d If the common difference between the terms of the sequence is -11 what term follows the term that has the value 11?
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