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Defining Sequences and Evaluating Terms Examples

Example 1

Define a sequence where

an = the decimal expansion of e to n decimal places.

Find the first four terms of this sequence, starting with n = 1.

Example 2

Evaluate the first four terms of the sequence defined by an = n2, starting with n = 1.