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Re: In the sequence above, the first 3 terms repeat without end. What is t [#permalink]
Hi,

I am just wondering how we know that -5 is the 81st term. we cannot obviously check it manually is there any way to know that?
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Maria20 wrote:
Hi,

I am just wondering how we know that -5 is the 81st term. we cannot obviously check it manually is there any way to know that?


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What would be the 6th term?
How about the 9th?
How about the 12th?
15th?
Etc.?
How about any term that is a multiple of 3?
81 is a multiple of 3.
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In the sequence above, the first 3 terms repeat without end. What is t [#permalink]
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