Algebra 2

The sequence is defined by a recursion formula, write the first four terms of the sequence;
a_1=100; a_n=1/2a_n-1 +4

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  1. Did you bother to even attempt to solve any of you questions. How about you show some of your work and we can go from there.

    posted by Sheenybeany
  2. And that was a statement, not a question.

    posted by Sheenybeany

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