Claire was creating Nth term sequences and became quite ambitious. We had looked at sequences like Tn=1/n and Tn=(n+2)(n+3) when she came up with this sequence for me to work out. Can you find the nth term rule?
42, 24, 18, 15, 13.2
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If n= 1, 2, 3, 4, …r,… T(n) = 6 * ((6 + n)/(0 + n))
Wonderful, well done! You are the first person to crack this!