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Write the first five numbers for the sequence that follows the rule 1/4x+3

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  1. term1 = (1/4)(1) + 3 = 3.25 or 3 1/4 or 13/4
    term2 = (1/4)(2) + 3 = 3.5 or 3 1/2 or 7/2
    term3 = (1/4)(3) + 3 = 3.75 or 3 3/4 or 15/4
    .....
    etc

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