1. The sequence shown below is defined using a recursion formula. Write the first four terms of the
sequence.
A1=13 and an1+8 for n greater than or equal to 2
A2 = A21+8
A2 = A1+8
A2 = 21
A3 = A31+8
A3 = A2+8 (21+8)
A3 = 29
A4 = A41+8
A4 = A3+8 (29 +
MA1310 Module 1 Sequence
Option number 2.
Find the first four terms of the sequence below:
an = n22n
Solution:
Substitute n = 1,2,3,4 into the expression above and solve.
Incorrect answer: A1=1, a2=0
A1=122(1)
A1=12
A1=1
A2=222(2)
A2=44
A2=0
A3=32
Discussion 2

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Evaluate the logarithm to a variable x= log 464
The exponential form of