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Welcome to the Aslam Way, making math simple :-) Let’s turn this sequence into an equation 3n + 2 = 602 Now if when I solve this I get a whole number answer then yes it is in the sequence. Let’s solve it. 3n + 2 = 602 (-2) 3n = 600 (divide 3) n = 200 It is a whole number. Final answer = Yes 602 is in the sequence.
Yes We can find the value of n by equating our nth term to 602 3n+2=602 3n. =600 N=600/3 =200 So this is true for n=200
Yes. n=200. 3(200)+2=602
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