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Posted by **Andy** on Monday, October 1, 2012 at 8:17pm.

I am working on some Nth problems - can anyone tell me if this is correct :-

Nth term sequence is n + 4 are the first three terms

5,6,7,

A nth term is 85 - 5n are the first three terms of the sequence

17, 34, 51,

A nth term is 2n - 0.5 are the first three terms of the sequence

2.0 1.5, 1

Thank you !!

Andy

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**Reiny**, Monday, October 1, 2012 at 9:02pmfirst one is correct

second:

term(1) = 85 - 5(1) = 80

term(2) = 85 - 5(2) = 75

term(3) = .... = 70

third:

term(n) = 2n - 0.5

term(1) = 2 - .5 = 1.5

term(2) = 4 - .5 = 3.5

term (3) = 6 - .5 = 5.5

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**Andy**, Monday, October 1, 2012 at 9:17pmThank you ...

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