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Q: A theater has 33 seats in the first row, 36 seats in the second row, 39 seats in the third row, and so on. (a) Can the number of seats in each row be modeled by an arithmetic or geometric sequence?
(b) Write the general term for a sequence a[n] that gives the number of seat in row n. (c) how many seats are in row 16?
A: Please ask 1 question at a time. The first question answer is yes, the no. of seats in each row can be modelled as arithmetic sequence
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User: A theater has 33 seats in the first row, 36 seats in the second row, 39 seats in the third row, and so on. (a) Can the number of seats in each row be modeled by an arithmetic or geometric sequence? (b) Write the general term for a sequence a[n] that gives the number of seat in row n. (c) how many seats are in row 16?

Weegy: Please ask 1 question at a time. The first question answer is yes, the no. of seats in each row can be modelled as arithmetic sequence
sweetypie1431|Points 261|

User: A theater has 42 seats in the first row, 44 seats in the second row, 46 seats in the third row, and so on. What is the general term for a sequence a[n] that gives the number of seat in row n?

Weegy: Please ask 1 question at a time. The first question answer is yes, the no. of seats in each row can be modelled as arithmetic sequence
sweetypie1431|Points 261|

User: A theater has 33 seats in the first row, 36 seats in the second row, 39 seats in the third row, and so on. (b) Write the general term for a sequence a[n] that gives the number of seat in row n. (c) how many seats are in row 16?

Weegy: Please ask 1 question at a time. The first question answer is yes, the no. of seats in each row can be modelled as arithmetic sequence
sweetypie1431|Points 261|

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