﻿ Find the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression 3n+5 a. 5,8,11,14 b. 8,11,14,17 c. 3,6,9,12 d. 0,8,11,14
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# Find the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression 3n+5 a. 5,8,11,14 b. 8,11,14,17 c. 3,6,9,12 d. 0,8,11,14

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