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You just add two in each number.

So the sequence will be

3

3+2 =5

5+2=7

7+2=9

9+2=11

11+2=13

13+2=15 and so on.

So the sequence will be

3

3+2 =5

5+2=7

7+2=9

9+2=11

11+2=13

13+2=15 and so on.

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If you mean how is the nth term computed,

Notice that this is an arithmetic sequence and the formula for the nth term in any arithmetic sequence is as follows:

In this case our common difference is 2 since:

So:

We can further simplify this, since 3 = 2(1) + 1,

Notice that this is an arithmetic sequence and the formula for the nth term in any arithmetic sequence is as follows:

*where d is the common*difference, a subn is the nth term, a sub1 is the 1st term.In this case our common difference is 2 since:

So:

We can further simplify this, since 3 = 2(1) + 1,