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Renee belongs to a bowling club. She scores 50, 52, 55, and 59 on her first four games. She hopes to continue improving according to this pattern. Part A: What are the next four terms in Renee’s sequence?
Part B: Write an recursive function rule for the sequence?
Part C: What is the domain and range of your function rule?
Part D: Do you think Renee can keep up this pattern? Explain.
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