Assume this sequence is neither arithmetic nor geometric...

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but it still follows some sort of rule. 

SEQUENCE: 3, 9....

a). Write the next three terms of the sequence (there are many possible answers). 

b). Write a rule, explicit or recursive, that can be used to find terms in the sequence you created. 

Feb 16th, 2015

3, 9,15, 21, 27(by adding 6 to each)

3, 9,27,81,243(by multiplying each number by 3)

3, 9,81,6561,43046721(by squaring each term)

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