Given the functions f(n) = 25 and g(n) = 3(n − 1), combine them to create an arithmetic sequence, an, and solve for the 12th term.

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Given the functions f(n) = 25 and g(n) = 3(n − 1), combine them to create an arithmetic sequence, an, and solve for the 12th term.

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an = 25 − 3(n − 1); a12 = −11 an = 25 − 3(n − 1); a12 = −8 an = 25 + 3(n − 1); a12 = 58 an = 25 + 3(n − 1); a12 = 61
wow does "combine" mean "add"?
yes :)

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tell your math teacher there is no such mathematical operation as "combine"
Lol, will do!!
although you can "combine like terms" for example
if it means "add' then stick a plus sign between them that is all
Ok, so now have C and D left
then replace \(n\) by \(12\) and see what you get
58! So, is it C?

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