Which sequence is modeled by the graph below?

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Which sequence is modeled by the graph below?

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\[A. a_{n}=\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }(27)^{n-1}\] B. \[a_{n}=27(\frac{ 1 }{ 3})^{n-1}\] C. \[a_{n}=(-3)^{n-1}\]
these are just functions, so plug in the given values of \(n\) and see which one corresponds to the graph

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where does 1 map to?
D. \[a_{n}=3(1/2)^{n-1}\]
one sec its not opening
  • phi
It may not be obvious, but I would match up "x" with "n" look at your graph. when x=2, you want a formula that gives 9 I would test n=2 in each formula and see if I get 9
that would imply (1,3) is on the graph
You need only to look at the output of \(1\).
  • phi
zz, x=1 is not plotted.
I am not understand at all, I skimmed over this chapter and am solely regretting it
so bare with me :(
understanding*
you are given three sequences evaluate each one at 1 and you will get (1, 1/3),(1,27) and (1,1) only one of these is could possibly be on the graph
@phi exactly
its plotted, its not in the graph window.
Oh so which ever one of those that can be plotted?

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