# Maths question - C1, sequences and seriesWatch

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Could someone tell me how I'd go about doing these?

Un = 2n + 1/n-3, Un = 19/6

And,
Un = (-1)^n * n/n+4, Un = 7/9

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(Original post by HarrisxK)
Could someone tell me how I'd go about doing these?

Un = 2n + 1/n-3, Un = 19/6

And,
Un = (-1)^n * n/n+4, Un = 7/9

Cheers

Could you either use LaTex ( http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/LaTeX ) or use brackets so that it is clear what is a suffix and what is being divided by what
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(Original post by HarrisxK)
Could someone tell me how I'd go about doing these?

Un = 2n + 1/n-3, Un = 19/6

And,
Un = (-1)^n * n/n+4, Un = 7/9

Cheers

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