What is a10 for the sequence (an) = 1 + 3 (n  1)? i go 28 is that correct?
What is a7 for the sequence an = 2 + 5(n  1)? i got 51 is that right
6x+7/5 = x, how do i find x?
30x/10 = 2, what's the next step in solving this equation?
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What is a10 for the sequence (an) = 1 + 3 (n  1)? i go 28 is that correct?
What is a7 for the sequence an = 2 + 5(n  1)? i got 51 is that right
6x+7/5 = x, how do i find x?
30x/10 = 2, what's the next step in solving this equation? 👍
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