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Does anyone know how to explain the nth term to me because no matter how much I try it’s just one of those things I don’t get! Please Helpppp!!?

not sure what you mean exactly, but in mathematics the nth term usually refers to an unspecified finite number. This is usually to do with sequences and series. so if i have a sequence with the formula (x+2), then the 1st term would be 3, the 2nd term would be 4, and the nth term would be n+2.

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