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determining nth term for AP 4^3,8^3,12^3

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    (4n)^3 !!

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    how did you get it ?

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    is there any formula ?

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    no.. see the patern, its a multiple of 4 first term is 4 second term is 8 third term is 12.. so its definitely the nth multiple of 4, then the whole thing is raised to the power 3, which is a constant.. for all terms.. thus you get (4n)^3.. sorry for the delay!!

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