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How to find the nth term of a quadratic sequence?
When trying to find the nth term of a quadratic sequence, it will be of the form
+ bn + c
where a, b, c always satisfy the following equations
2a = 2nd difference (always constant)
3a + b = 2nd term - 1st term
a + b + c = 1st term
Find the nth term of a quadratic sequence
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Nth Term of a Quadratic Sequence
Find the nth (general) term of a quadratic sequence by using a method of differences
Nth Term of a Cubic Sequence
Find the nth (general) term of a cubic sequence by using a method of differences.
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