Posted by **Gianna ** on Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 12:49pm.

The sequence a is defined recursively by: a_1 = 6, and a_(i+1) = a_i + 8 for all i >= 1. Then a_5 =

Choose one answer.

a. 38

b. 22

c. 30

d. 46

I chose a. Is that right?

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