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I'm trying to get the 400th number in this sequence. Does anyone see a pattern I've tried everything. 84, 134, 218, 296, 380, 429, 468, 551, 635, 684, 734, 788, 868, 984

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  1. anonymous
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    there must be a general formula for the nth term in this sequence to which you can plug in 400 and get your answer. just trying to work out what it should be!

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    Write the equation for the following situation: In one U.S. town, the annual consumption, s, of sugar (in kg per person) can be estimated by adding 30 to half the years, t, since 1975

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