# Indicate a general rule for the nth term of the sequence when a1 = 5 and r = √3 .

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BlitztigerFor a geometric sequence with first term a_1 = 5 and common ratio r = sqrt(3), the general formula for the nth term is: a_n = (a_1)(r)^(n - 1) In this case, a_n = 5(sqrt3)^(n - 1)