What is the nth term to the following sequence?7,10,13,16?
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Since you're adding 3 each time, you know it will be 3n. if n is 1, 3 x 1 = 3. But, the sequence you sent needs to have 4 added. So, When n = 1, 3n+4 = 7. You'll find that this works for all the numbers. If n = 2, 3n+4 = 10. So, that's your final answer: 3n+4 :)
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