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Writing and Using Explicit Rules for Arithmetic Sequences

Writing and Using Explicit Rules for Arithmetic Sequences 1.8 - Solution

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To find certain terms in a sequence described by an explicit formula, substitute the number of the desired term into the given formula to get the term's value. We can find the and terms of the sequence by substituting and for into the above formula.
Now, let's do the same thing for the and terms.
term

The second, fourth, and eleventh terms are and