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Find the second and fifth terms of A(n)=22+(n1)11 and A(n)=2+(n1)(2)

For the first equation
A(n) = 22 + (n1)(11)
A(2) = 22 + (1)(11) = 33
A(5) = 22 + 4(11) = 66
You do the second equation in the same way
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