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find the general term of the arithmetic sequence 3,1 ,5 ,9

Ms. Sue
Each is 4 less than the one before.

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the choices are an=7+4n , an=74n , an=3+4n, an=34n
is it an=34n ? 
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Ms. Sue
Yes. 3  4n

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