Consider the sequence 67, 63, 59, 55......
a. show that the sequence is arithmetic.
b. find a formula for the general term Un.
c. Find the 60th term of the sequence.
d. Is -143 a member of the sequence?
e. Is 85 a member of the sequence?
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