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What is the 17th term of the arithmetic sequence 18, 22, 26, … ?

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an = a + (n-1)d
d = t2 - t1 = 22 - 18 = 4
a = 18 n = 17

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First calculate common difference.... as @Yahoo! did
u see i have given
@Katiebae .... did u understand
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where didnt u understand
So, a1=18 a2=22 a3=26
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hey @Katiebae look carefully to the question one number is adding with 4 to gt next number
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like 18 18+4=22 22+4=26 take this term to the 17th sequence
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