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Find the thirtieth term of the following sequence. -6, -4, -2, 0, ...

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  1. SolomonZelman
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    This website is made for help, so be prepared, I won't give you the answer, you will have to think some too.

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  2. SolomonZelman
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    Do you see what is done to get each next term?

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    why did you delete your reply?

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  4. riiiah
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    Because I'm terrible at math I'm sorry aha

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  5. DontLikeMathButOhWell
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    Riiiah you still there?

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    since you are adding two every time, the equation is 2n-6 (two is the amount you add, and -6 is the start. n stands for what place the number you want to find is, so if you want to find the thirtieth (30) term, you replace n with 30.)

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    actually, it is 2n-8

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