Posted by **Stephanie** on Monday, May 12, 2008 at 9:13pm.

Right now in my class i am learning about sequences and series and im currtently suck on this problem.

"A certain sequence is defined recursively by the t1=1 , t2=2, t2n=2t2n-2, t2n+1=3t2n-1. Find the first eight terms of the sequence."

thanks for your help.

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