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15 April, 17:27

If an arithmetic sequence starts at one and goes up by two what is the 24th term

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  1. 15 April, 17:40
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    Arithmetic Sequence

    The value of the 24th term of this arithmetic series is 47

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given that the first term of the arithmetic sequence = a1 = 1

    and the common difference of the Arithmetic Sequence = d = 2

    The nth term an of the arithmetic sequence is given as

    an = a1 + (n-1) d

    So in order to find the 24th term of this arithmetic sequence

    n = 24

    ⇒ a24 = 1 + (24-1) * 2

    ⇒ a24 = 1 + 46

    ⇒ a24 = 47

    Hence, the value of the 24th term of this arithmetic series is 47
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