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What equation can be used to represent the following sequence:
7,10,13,16



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UnkleRhaukus
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the pattern is , they go up by the same amount each time

userneedinghelp12
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okay. thatd be 3,no?

UnkleRhaukus
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right,


userneedinghelp12
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It is in nth term,no?


UnkleRhaukus
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we want the expression to equal seven when n=1

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okay. so, .

userneedinghelp12
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lemme think

UnkleRhaukus
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(because the first term have to be in the sequence)



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ok, brb. lemme try something

UnkleRhaukus
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when n=1,
7n+3= 7+3 =10
so that's not right

cinar
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a(n)=3n+b
a(1)=7
find b


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good


cinar
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np