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@wintersuntime wat do u need help with
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ik my drawing is bad but I need help on this question Use your pattern detection skills to find a rule for this pattern ? t(n)=

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you start with 5 and add multilpes of 4
multiples*
f(0) = 5 f(1) = 5+4*1 f(2) = 5+4*2 f(3) = 5+4*3 . . . f(x) = ?
f(1)=5+4*1
But Idk what t(n)= ?
look at the pattern in what I wrote.
t(0) = 5 t(1) = 5+4*1 t(2) = 5+4*2 t(3) = 5+4*3 . . t(5684) = 5+4*5684 . t(n) = ?
arithmetic progression formula\[a_n=a_1+(n-1)d\]
i thought it was 4x+5
yes
for you \(t(n) = 4n+5\)
oh okay thanks
Thanks for everyone for trying to help me
no problem

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