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What is the formula for the general term of a quadratic sequence?
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The formula for the general term of a quadratic sequence is:

\[T_n=an^2+bn+c\]

where $f$ is the 1st difference and $s$ is the 2nd difference

*To determine $a,b,c$, use simultaneous equations
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