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posted by Martin .
The nth term of the sequence 4,11,18,...is167 find n

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drwls
The nth term is
4 + (n1)*7 = 167
163 = (n1)*7
n is not an integer, so 167 cannot be a number in the sequence.
165 is the 24th number in the sequence.
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