Find the first four terms of the sequence 4n-3, where n represents the position of a term in the sequence. Start with n=1.

*To find the 1*^{st} term, plug in n=1.

*4n-3=4(1)*-3=4-3=1

*To find the 2*^{nd} term, plug in n=2.

*4n-3=4(2)*-3=8-3=5

*To find the 3*^{rd} term, plug in n=3.

*4n-3=4(3)-3=12-3=9*

*To find the 4*^{th} term, plug in n=4.

*4n-3=4(4)-3=16-3=13*

*The first four terms of the sequence are 1, 5, 9, 13.*

Find the first four terms of the sequence 2^{n}, where n represents the position of a term in the sequence. Start with n=1.

*To find the 1*^{st} term, plug in n=1.

*2*^{n}=2^{1}=2

*To find the 2*^{nd} term, plug in n=2.

*2*^{n}=2^{2}=4

*To find the 3*^{rd} term, plug in n=3.

*2*^{n}=2^{3}=8

*To find the 4*^{th} term, plug in n=4.

*2*^{n}=2^{4}=16

*The first four terms of the sequence are 2, 4, 8, 16.*