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# 2n-7 first term?

n=1 (1 because we are finding the 1st term) substitute 1 into n. if n=1 then (2x1)-7 = -5 Answer = -5  Nasim Ali
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First term means n = 1, so substitute this value. 2n = 2 x 1 = 2 -7 -7 Answer = -5  Rizzy Aslam
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(2x1)-7 2-7 =-5  Muhammed Cheychi
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The first means that n=1 Do 2n first : 2 x 1 = 2 Then -7 : 2-7 (subtractor is bigger than first number so it will negative answer) = 5  Rizzy Aslam
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To find the first term substitute n=1 as n represents the term number So 2*1-7= 2-7 =-5  Lauren Holland
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