So i have to find the first 5 terms of each sequence; 2^x1. Would I start at 0? I mean is 0 a natural number
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if x refers to the term number, then it must be a natural number. The first of the natural numbers, sometimes called the counting numbers, is 1
term(x) = 2^x  1
term(1) = 2^1  1 = 1
term(2) = 2^2  1 = 41 = 3
term(3) = 2^3  1 = 81 = 7
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