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Provide the first five terms of an arithmetic or geometric sequence that has a first term higher than 10 and a common difference or ratio that is...
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 Provide the first five11, 13, 15, 17, 19

 terms of an arithmetic or geometric sequence that has a first term higher than 10 and a common difference or ratio that is positive but not 1.

Using the general formula for either the arithmetic or geometric sequence, derive the specific nth term formula for the sequence from part A, showing all steps.


I need help creating a specific nth term formula. How do I do that?

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