Algebra 2
posted by Lea .
What is a recursive definition for the sequence 3, 5, 9, 17, 33.....
My answer was adding muliple of numbers, is this correct?

Algebra 2 
Steve
pretty vague definition.
For more precision, try
T_{n+1} = 2T_{n}  1
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