# SOLUTION: Please answer the following showing your steps on how you got the answer. Use the explicit formula a[n]=a[1]+(n-1)d to find the 150th term of the sequence below. 19,25,31,37

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Rational-functions Question 255532: Please answer the following showing your steps on how you got the answer. Use the explicit formula a[n]=a[1]+(n-1)d to find the 150th term of the sequence below. 19,25,31,37,43, ...Answer by stanbon(57387)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Use the explicit formula a[n]=a[1]+(n-1)d to find the 150th term of the sequence below. 19,25,31,37,43, ... ----------------------------------- a(1) = 19 d is the difference between any two terms: 25-19 = 6 a(n) is the nth term -------------------------------- Ans: a(150) = 19 + (149)6 = 19 + 894 = 913 =========================================== Cheers, Stan H.