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Homework Help: algebta 2

Posted by Kevin on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 3:04pm.

To find the nth term of an arithmetic sequence the formula given is a(sub n) = a (sub 1) + (n-1)d. Why is (n-1) a part of the formula? Why isn't just n?

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