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You cannot solve this sequence without previous two sequences in the same test. Look for a difference between corresponding sequence members of C and D sequences to figure this out. =)
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3^n -n^2 - n
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687 for nth term: 3^n-n^2-n
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3n – n(n+1) its three sqaured by n

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an = 3n - n2 - n 

 

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591 is the 6th term.

Formula for nth term is 1-7n+15n²-8n³+2n⁴, where n≥0, so the first term is when n=0. The 6th term is when n=5. This formula gives 1363 as the 7th term.

Other formulas may also work because only a few terms have been given. These other formulas are likely to predict a different 6th term.

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