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If T(n) = 3n -5 what is the 3rd term

If T(n) = 3n -5 what is the 3rd term

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If T(n) = 3n -5 what is the 3rd term

If T(n) = 3n -5 what is the 3rd term

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t(n) = 3n - 5 t(3) = 3(3) - 5 t(3) = 9 - 5 t(3) = 4

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