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posted by wan .
9,1,6,11,16 what is the millionth term in this sequence?can anyone explain how to work it out please,thanks.

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Steve
Hmmm. That 9 at the start is perplexing. For the other terms, each increases by 5, so the millionth term after the 16 should be 16+5million = 5,000,016.
If you can fix the 9 issue, it becomes quite easy.
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