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Q: What is the nth term for the sequence -1 5 15 29 47 69?

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

As given, the sequence is too short to establish the generating rule. If the second term was 19 and NOT 29, then the nth term is tn = 6*n + 7 or 6(n+1)+1

5, 11, 17, 23, 29

The nth term of the sequence -4 4 12 20 29 is 8n+12 because each time the sequence is adding 8 which is where the 8n comes from. Then you take 8 away from -4 and because a - and - equal a + the answer is 12. Which is where the 12 comes from. Hope I helped.

t(n) = 12*n + 5

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It is: nth term = 29-7n

The nth term is -7n+29 and so the next term will be -6

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

As given, the sequence is too short to establish the generating rule. If the second term was 19 and NOT 29, then the nth term is tn = 6*n + 7 or 6(n+1)+1

Un = 29 - 9n

5, 11, 17, 23, 29

The nth term of the sequence -4 4 12 20 29 is 8n+12 because each time the sequence is adding 8 which is where the 8n comes from. Then you take 8 away from -4 and because a - and - equal a + the answer is 12. Which is where the 12 comes from. Hope I helped.

5 to 7 is 27 to 17 is 1017 to 19 is 219 to 29 is 1029 to 31 is 2there fore following the pattern the nth term is 4131 to 41 is 10

t(n) = 12*n + 5

76

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

nth term = 5 +8n

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