Nth term, GCSE Higher Question

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Circles higher GCSE Question, Nth terms

Hello everyone,

Here is a Higher GCSE nth term type of question for you all to try.

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 Nov 11, 2011 Rating solution by: Anonymous the first term is 2

 Nov 10, 2011 Rating Answer to Nth term GCSE HIgher Question by: Rakiya ..., 12, 52, ... To find a: (12-a)×4=52 12-a=52/4 -a=13-12 a=-1 Check: When n=3 12-(-1)×4=52....correct To find n=1 n-(-1)×4=12 n+1=3 n=2 Check when n=2 2-(-1)×4=12....correct If you submitted an answer in Facebook or commented here...thank you. Remember its the taking part that matters!

 Nov 10, 2011 Rating Solution by: Bodders! sequence goes 4.4, 12, 52, 416 a=10^(n-2) ie formula for the nth term is 4(n+10^(n-2))

 Nov 10, 2011 Rating answering Question by: Mohammed the Question ask about finding the first term in this sequence: ...,12,52 i followed the rule of this sequence: 4*2=8 and 12-8=4 so the first term is 2

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