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find the 50th term of a sequence 11,15,19,23...


a.203 b.204 c.207 d.211

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    The nth term of an arithmetic progression derives from
    L = a + (n - 1)d where
    L = the nth term
    a = the first term
    d = the comon difference

    Therefore, L = 11 + (50 - 1)4 = ?

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