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11 October, 18:26

What is the 14th term in the sequence an=-4n+13

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  1. 11 October, 20:04
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    We have the sequence that follows the pattern: a n = - 4 n + 13. If we want to calcelate the 14th term in this sequence (or a 14), we have to substitute in this formula: n = 14. Then we will get: a 14 = - 4 * 14 + 13 a 14 = - 56 + 13, and finally: a 14 = - 43. Answer: The 14th term in the sequence is - 43.
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