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Can the difference between any two terms of this sequence be 54?why?

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An arithmetic sequence is a sequence that has the property that the difference between any two consecutive terms is a constant. This constant is called the common difference. If a1​ is the first term of an arithmetic sequence and d is the common difference, the sequence will be: {an}={a1,a1+d,a1+2d,a1+3d,…}

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