# How do you find a formula for the sequence -2, 1, 6, 13, 22..?

The sequence can be written in a recursive way:

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The sequence you provided is generated by adding consecutive odd integers to the previous term starting from 1.

The formula for the nth term of this sequence can be expressed as: [a_n = n^2 - 3] where (a_n) represents the nth term of the sequence.

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