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What is the formula for the general term of the sequence $2;5;8;11;...$?
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Sequence: $2;5;8;11;...$

By subtracting the previous term from the the next we get $d=3$

\[T_n=2+(n-1)(3)\]

\[=2+3n-3\]

\[=3n-1\]

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