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Can someone help me find the 6th term for this rule: 3n^2-2n+6 Thank you in advance?

The rule gives us the general formula for any term. So to find the 6th term, you just need to work it out for when n=6. In this case it would be (3×36)-(2×6)+6=102. I hope this helps!

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