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Write the first five terms of a sequence described by the general term \(a_{n}=3 n+2\)
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\[
\begin{aligned}
&a_{n}=3 n+2 \\
&a_{1}=3(1)+2=5 \\
&a_{2}=3(2)+2=8 \\
&a_{3}=3(3)+2=11 \\
&a_{4}=3(4)+2=14 \\
&a_{5}=3(5)+2=17
\end{aligned}
\]
Therefore, the first five terms are \(5,8,11,14\), and 17 .
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