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QUESTION 2
Solve.
Given that a 1 = -4, a 2 = -4 and a
what is the fifth term of this recursively defined sequence?
n+2 = a n+1
4a
n.
a5 = 28
a5 = -308
a5 = 764
a5 = -20
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QUESTION 2 Solve. Given that a 1 = -4, a 2 = -4 and a what is the fifth term of this recursively defined sequence? n+2 = a n+1 4a n. a5 = 28 a5 = -308 a5 = 764 a5 = -20

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