What would the nth term be in this case? 5000 * 1.4^(n-1) or 5000 * 1.4^n i.e. is 5000 n=0 or n=1? I guess 5000 is n=1 because it is indeed the first term of the sequence

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What would the nth term be in this case? 5000 \* 1.4\^(n-1) or 5000 \* 1.4\^n i.e. is 5000 n=0 or n=1? I guess 5000 is n=1 because it is indeed the first term of the sequence

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