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According to Wittgenstein's Finite Rule Paradox every finite sequence of numbers can be a described in infinitely many ways and so can be continued any of these ways - some simple, some complicated but all equally valid.

The Nth term, according to the simplest rule (a quadratic), is T(n) = n^2 - 2

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U{n} = n² - 2.

Q: What is the Nth term of -1 2 7 14 23 34?

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The differences are 3, 5, 7, 9,11, ... and the first term is -1; the nth term is: n² - 2

The nth term is 9n-2

You can see that you add 10 to the previous term to get the next term. Term number 1 2 3 4 Term 4 14 24 34 You can also say: Term number 1 2 3 4 Term 0*10+4 1*10+4 2*10+4 3*10+4 So the nth term would be 10(n-1)+4 Or if you expand it, it's 10n-6

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The nth term = 9n-2

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The differences are 3, 5, 7, 9,11, ... and the first term is -1; the nth term is: n² - 2

The nth term is 9n-2

It is T(n) = n2 + 4*n + 2.

You can see that you add 10 to the previous term to get the next term. Term number 1 2 3 4 Term 4 14 24 34 You can also say: Term number 1 2 3 4 Term 0*10+4 1*10+4 2*10+4 3*10+4 So the nth term would be 10(n-1)+4 Or if you expand it, it's 10n-6

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The nth term = 9n-2

-n2+2n+49

-11n + 17

If you mean: 34 39 24 ... then the nth term is 39-5n and so the 100th term = -461

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tn = 34 - 9n where n = 1,2,3,...

The next term is 45 because the numbers are increasing by increments of 3 5 7 9 and then 11