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**Arithmetic formula: t**_{n}= t_{1 }+ (n - 1)d

**Geometric formula: t**_{n}= t_{1}^{.}r^{(n - 1)}

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**Then as this sequence:[(2)(10) +1],[(2)(100) +1], [(2)(1000) +1], [(2)(10000) +1]**

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**How does this grab ya! t _{n} = 2^{.}10^{n} + 1 Does this work? Try it and see!**

** 24 = 6d means d = 4**

**t _{53} = 5 + 52^{.}4 = 213**

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** 864 = 9n - 9**

** 873 = 9n**

** 97 = n There are 97 multiples in the range!**

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