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The n term of a sequence is given by the formula $T_n=6 \times 13^{n−1}$. Write down the first three terms of the sequence.
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The formula Tn=6 x 13^(n-1)

T1 = 6 x 13^0 = 6

T2 = 6 x 13^1 = 78

T3 = 6 x 13^2 = 1 014
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