# If the 1st term of an arithmetic sequence is 27 and the 3rd term is 45, what is the 10th term?

## Question:

If the 1st term of an arithmetic sequence is 27 and the 3rd term is 45, what is the 10th term?

## Arithmetic Sequence:

An arithmetic sequence is a series in which the differences between the next two terms seem to be the same (or). Each term in an arithmetic sequence is obtained by adding a fixed number (positive, negative, or zero) to the term before it.

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**Given:**

- The first term of the arithmetic sequence is {eq}27 {/eq} and the third term is {eq}45 {/eq}.

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