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A. Find K given that K-1, 13, and 3k+3 are consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence.

B. Write down the next two terms of the sequence.

Step 1

Given that K-1, 13, and 3k+3 are consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence.

Step 2

Since, they are consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence,so the difference of first and second terms is equal to difference of second and third terms.Thus we have

Step 3

By substituting k=6, we get the terms (6-1),13,3(6)+3, t...

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