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Question: Write a rule for the nth term of the sequence. Use your rule to find a100.–8, 9, 26, 43, 60, . . .
How far I've gotten (don't know if I'm even doing this right): Okay so I see that the difference in the sequence is an increase of 17. So the rule would be an = - 25 + 17n . So now we can use this to find the 100th term. So now to find the 100th term we use the rule a*100 = - 25 + 17*100 =

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Try solving the equation for a0. You've got the right difference, but the wrong starting condition.

Not really sure, do you mean a0 = - 25 + 17(1) = 8? Then solve for a0?

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