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What are the first 5 terms of the sequence with nth term 8-3n?

1st term is when n = 1, 2nd when n = 2 and so on. Therefore: 1) 8-3*1= 5 2) 8-3*2 = 2 3) 8-3*3 = -1 4) 8-3*4 = -4 5) 8-3*5 = -7

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