If t(n)=2n-3, is t(n)=54 a term sequence

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If t(n)=2n-3, is t(n)=54 a term sequence

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  1. Charlotte
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    2021-09-11T05:45:58+00:00

    Answer:

    t(n) = 54 is not a term in the sequence

    Step-by-step explanation:

    To know if t(n) = 54 is a term in the sequence, let us substitute the value of t(n) into the equation. This is illustrated below

    t(n) = 2n — 3

    t(n) = 54

    54 = 2n — 3

    Collect like terms

    54 + 3 = 2n

    57 = 2n

    Divide both side by the coefficient n i.e 2

    n = 57/2 = 28.5

    since the value of n obtained is decimal number, therefore, t(n) = 54 is not a term in the sequence

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