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    1. Generate the first five terms in the sequence using the explicit formula. cn= 12n – 11

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    @Jenn777 ??

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    Are you given variable c? cn = 12n - 11 c(1) = 12(1) - 11 c1 = 1 There's the best I can do for the first term, without being given c.

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    Perhaps I'm missing something here.

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    thats the whole proble it doesnt give me nything else

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    *problem

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    here are the options49, 37, 25, 13, 1 –1, –13, –25, –37, –49 1, 13, 25, 37, 49 –49, –37, –25, –13, –1

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    c(1) = 12 - 11 = 1 c(2) = 24 - 11 = 13 c(3) = 36 - 11 = 25 c(4) = 48 - 11 = 37 c(5) = 60 - 11 = 49

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    ... If I'm correct with my equation, it'd be C, as that's the only one with 1 as the first statement, but don't listen to me. I've no clue what I'm doing. Hopefully someone can answer it better than I.

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    Yeehaw. I got it right?

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    thnxs everyone!

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