# How do you write the nth term rule for the sequence #1, 3, 5, 7, 9, ...#?

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This is clearly an arithmetic sequence because the terms differ by 2 each time.

To find the nth term rule we need:

a value for the **first term , *a** ** .

and a value for the *common difference d

These values are then plugged into the formula:

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This is the sequence of the odd positive integers where the

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