b(1)=−2 b(n)=b(n−1)−7 What’s the 3rd term in this sequence? Question b(1)=−2 b(n)=b(n−1)−7 What’s the 3rd term in this sequence? in progress 0 Math Caroline 3 weeks 2021-09-19T02:56:07+00:00 2021-09-19T02:56:07+00:00 1 Answer 0

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Answer:-16

Step-by-step explanation:You have given the nth term: It is equal to the previous term, less 7.

Thus, b(1) = -2 (given)

b(2) = b(1) – 7, or b(2) = -2 – 7, or b(2) = -9

Then b(3) = b(2) – 7, or b(3) = -9 – 7 =

-16