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Writing and Using Explicit Rules for Arithmetic Sequences

Writing and Using Explicit Rules for Arithmetic Sequences 1.16 - Solution

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Since we are already told the sequence is arithmetic, we know that the difference is the same for each pair of consecutive terms. Let's use the first and second terms: Next, we can substitute the first term and the common difference into the equation for finding the term of an arithmetic sequence.
To find the term we can substitute into the equation.
The tenth term is .