​ a(1)= 3 5 ​ a(n)=a(n−1)⋅(−9) ​ What is the 3^{\text{rd}}3 rd 3, start superscript, start text, r, d, end text, end superscript term in the

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​ a(1)= 3 5 ​ a(n)=a(n−1)⋅(−9) ​ What is the 3^{\text{rd}}3 rd 3, start superscript, start text, r, d, end text, end superscript term in the sequence?

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Emery 2 weeks 2021-11-22T07:39:46+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-11-22T07:41:37+00:00

    Answer: -630

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given the nth term of a sequence;

    ​a(n)=a(n−1)⋅(−9) and the first term of the sequence a(1) as 35, the third term of the sequence can be gotten by using the formula at when n = 3

    If n = 3 and a(1) = 35;

    a(3) = 35(3-1)•(-9)

    a(3) = 35×2×-9

    a(3) = 70×-9

    a(3) = -630

    There the 3rd term of the series will give us -630 according to the nth term of the formula given.

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    2021-11-22T07:41:41+00:00

    Answer:

    The answer is 135, I got it wrong so just got the hint

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