## rockinhood one year ago Need help with a few questions...

1. rockinhood
2. rockinhood

@Allieeslabae

3. Allieeslabae

Algebra 2?

4. rockinhood

With Financial applications (part a), yes.

5. rockinhood

@Nnesha ? @Hero ?

6. Nnesha

hey! you should plugin numbers to find the correct answer number of child represent by n in the equation

7. Nnesha

let's do an example $\huge\rm a_n=a_{n-1}+(n-1)^2$ when there are two children there can be only one interaction so children =n substitute n for 2 $\huge\rm a_2=a_{2-1}+(2-1)^2$ inow solve right side if you get one 1 then b is ur answer

8. Nnesha

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