# SOLUTION: I am in 9th grade advanced algebra 2 and am stumped on 4 of my sequence problems. The other 11 made complete sense, so now I am getting uptight.... The sequences are as follows 0

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 Question 139230: I am in 9th grade advanced algebra 2 and am stumped on 4 of my sequence problems. The other 11 made complete sense, so now I am getting uptight.... The sequences are as follows 0,3,7,12,18,..... 2,-2,-18,-52,-110,-198,..... 4,23,64,133,236,379,568,..... -5,-9,-19,-35,-57,-85,....Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!formula is (N+1) here you have a sequence of +3,+4,+5,+6,+7,+8 +9 0,3,7,12,18,25,33,42 ***************************************** for the next 3 I use a very unconventional method that is too complicated to explain: please let me know it they are acceptable????????? 2,-2,-18,-52,-110,-198,-322,-488,-702 ****************************************** 4,23,64,133,236,379,568,809,1108 ***************************************** -5,-9,-19,-35,-57,-85,-119,-159,-205