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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?

No, isn't a0 = -8?

and if you are looking to find a0, n = 0

Um a0 = - 25 + 17(0) = - 8 = a0 = - 25 = - 8?

Are we agreed that a1 = 9, a2 = 26, a3 = 43, a4 = 60?

and that \[a_{n+1} = a_n + 17\]

Yeah.

Okay, but how do you use the rule to find the hundreth term?

n = 100
\[a_n = a_0 + 17(100)\]

Okay so a100 = - 25 + 17*100 = a100 = - 25 + 1700?

Yes, I believe so.

Is there any other steps? Do we subtract 25 from 1700?

That would make it look neater, yes, but the value is the same...

Okay, thanks for the help, it makes sense now.

Glad to hear I did no lasting harm!