Finding the nth Term of a Sequence In Exercises 45-52, write an expression for the nth term of the sequence and then determine whether the sequence you have chosen converges or diverges. (There is more than one correct answer.)
To calculate: The term of a sequence and whether the sequence converges or diverges.
Consider the sequence
Now, find the difference between two successive terms:
3 is the second odd positive integer.
5 is the third odd positive number integer.
7 is the fourth odd positive integer.
9 is the fifth odd positive integer
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