﻿ Consider the sequence : 41,29,17,5 is this sequence a. arithmetic b. geometric c. exponential part b: it can be defined recursively by
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# Consider the sequence : 41,29,17,5 is this sequence a. arithmetic b. geometric c. exponential part b: it can be defined recursively by the function: a: an=an-1+12 b: an=an-1-12 c: an=12a^n-1 part c: and a^1 equals a: 53 b: 41 c: -12

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