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Find the first five terms of the
sequence with the general term π sub π equals 37, where π is greater than or
equal to one.

Weβre told that the general term is
π sub π equals 37, where π is greater than or equal to one. When weβre given the general term,
we use the variable π to represent the term number. At first, you might not know what
to do with this information. So, let me give you a different
example.

What if I told you that the
function π of π₯ equals 37 when π₯ is greater than or equal to one? If we wanted to graph that, we
might write it that π¦ equals 37, where π₯ is greater than or equal to one. And if we were to sketch this out
on a graph, we would know that it starts when π₯ is greater than or equal to one,
and that all the values equal 37. This function is a horizontal line
because as long as π₯ is greater than or equal to one, π¦ is going to be 37.

The same thing is true with this
general form. If π sub π equals 37, then π sub
one, the first term, equals 37, and π sub two, the second term, equals 37, and it
could keep going. Which means that the first five
terms will all be 37.