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Accurately classify the sequence and then create a corresponding explicit and recursive formula for finding the nth terms of each sequence.

A. 32, 30, 28, 26,.....
B. 9,-3, 1, - _1 .......

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  1. surely you can do A. A simple arithmetic progression.


    I suspect B is supposed to be
    9,-3,1,-1/3,...
    a simple geometric sequence.

    You have handy formulas for these things.

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