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8th Term from Term Product (Posted on 2016-03-07) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The first three terms of sequence {C(n)} are 1440, 1716 and 1848. These are obtained by multiplying the corresponding terms of two arithmetic sequences:{A(n)} and {B(n)}.
Find the 8th term of {C(n)}

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Some Thoughtsre: SolutionAdy TZIDON2016-03-07 13:01:08
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