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Find an explicit rule for the nth term of the sequence.
9, 36, 144, 576, ...
an = 9 • 4n  1
an = 4 • 9n  1
an = 9 • 4n
an = 9 • 4n + 1
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Find an explicit rule for the nth term of the sequence. 9, 36, 144, 576, ... an = 9 • 4n  1 an = 4 • 9n  1 an = 9 • 4n an = 9 • 4n + 1
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first of all what do u see as relation between each consecutive term?
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nth term= \(\large a r^{n1}\) for a GP Where a is first term r is common ratio
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nw tell me what will be the answer?
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try again ? ar^n1 !!
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@miley23 do u get it ?
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look at the formula !!!
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finally :) \[\checkmark \]
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