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How do you find the nth term of the sequence: 5,14,29,50,77 I got 3n²+2+2. Is that correct?

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Dr. Badi MExperienced Academic and dedicated tutor for all levels.3.2k students helped

Simply the answer is incorrect if you substitute n=1 for first term in your equation you’ll get 7 while it should be 5. The correct answer is as fol

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Haider Ali DarExtremely passionate in being able to teach students and see them progress. 23 students helped

You were very close I think or you just typed the answer wrong by mistake, the correct answer is 3n^2+2