# How do you write the expression for the nth term of the geometric sequence #a_1=1000, r=1.005, n=60#?

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The expression for the nth term of a geometric sequence is given by:

[ a_n = a_1 \times r^{(n-1)} ]

Substituting the given values:

[ a_n = 1000 \times (1.005)^{59} ]

[ a_n ≈ 1081.47 ]

Therefore, the expression for the 60th term of the geometric sequence with ( a_1 = 1000 ) and ( r = 1.005 ) is approximately ( 1081.47 ).

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