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2-156.
1. Consider the sequence 10, 2, … Homework Help ✎

1. Assuming that the sequence is arithmetic with t(1) as the first term, write the next four terms of the sequence and then write a rule for t(n).

2. Assuming that the sequence is geometric with t(1) as the first term, write the next four terms of the sequence and then write a rule for t(n).

3. Create a totally different sequence that begins 10, 2, … For your sequence, write the next four terms and a rule for t(n).

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