anonymous
  • anonymous
If the nth term of a sequence is given by n(n − 1), which statement is true?
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The 3rd term is 12. The sum of the first 4 terms is 20. The sum up to the 5th term is 35. The difference of the 3rd and the 5th term is 32
anonymous
  • anonymous
Assuming n is an integer, just plug in 1 for n, then 2 for n, then 3 for n, do that until n=5.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
^^ is that right?
anonymous
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Try plugging it in to find out ;)

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