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Write the first five terms of each of the sequences in Exercises 11 to 13 and obtain the corresponding series:$$a_{1}=a_{2}=2, a_{n}=a_{n-1}-1, n>2$$

Precalculus

Chapter 9

Sequences and Series

Section 1

Introduction

Introduction to Sequences and Series

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mm hmm. We have our number 13 in which even equal to A two equal to two is being given. And the sequences and equal to a N -1 -1 for and greater than two. We need to find first five times. And the sequence and the series. Okay, so we have two terms already given. So in this latest plugging and equal to three, A three equal to A 3 -1 -1. Eight to minus 182 is big and being given as to Okay, so This is 2 -1. Which is one when an equal to four, a four will become a 4 -1 -1. That is a 3 -1. So we have a three equal to one, 1 -1 equal to zero when an equal to file if I will be equal to A 5 -1 -1, That a 4, -1, -1 that in -1. So we have five terms as two, two when zero minus one. And the sequence will be the series will be this the first five times, and the series will be two comma two comma one comma zero, common minus one up 2020. Uh and so on. Thank you so much.

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