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    Hello! seeing that you are almost finishing the IA type 1..i was wondering if you could help me find the nth term of the first 3 sequences in form of p/q..i dont know what they mean by that..thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by mariale121 View Post
    Hello! seeing that you are almost finishing the IA type 1..i was wondering if you could help me find the nth term of the first 3 sequences in form of p/q..i dont know what they mean by that..thank you


    Its better if you give (and I think required )

    -3 sequences
    -and if possible what was IA type 1 question you did
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