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what are the first four terms represented by n(n-2)-3

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    m? Are you studying "Mary Had a Little Lamb"? Math? What This looks like math, but I can't know unless you abandon text-speak code and use English.

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    c'mon -- just start plugging in values for n:

    n=1: 1(1-2)-3 = -4
    n=2: 2(2-2)-3 = -3
    n=3: 3(3-2)-3 = ...
    and so on

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