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1. Hi
I'm really stuck on this question :/

A Quadratic sequence starts: 302, 600, 894, 1184, 1470. What is the nth term?

Any help would be greatly appreciated !
2. (Original post by k1234j)
Hi
I'm really stuck on this question :/

A Quadratic sequence starts: 302, 600, 894, 1184, 1470. What is the nth term?

Any help would be greatly appreciated !
what have you done currently?
3. (Original post by k1234j)
Hi
I'm really stuck on this question :/

A Quadratic sequence starts: 302, 600, 894, 1184, 1470. What is the nth term?

Any help would be greatly appreciated !
Take a look at (for example)

http://www.everythingmaths.co.za/mat...s-02.cnxmlplus
4. (Original post by Aph)
what have you done currently?
I have found the difference between each term so 298,294,290 etc
I then found the difference of all of these which equals 4 but im confused on what to do next?
5. (Original post by Gregorius)
Take a look at (for example)

http://www.everythingmaths.co.za/mat...s-02.cnxmlplus
Ok I will thank you !

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