The sequence $$S$$ is defined by $$S_n=2(S_{n-1})-4$$ for each integer $$n \ge 2.$$ If $$S_1=6,$$ what is the value of

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The sequence $$S$$ is defined by $$S_n=2(S_{n-1})-4$$ for each integer $$n \ge 2.$$ If $$S_1=6,$$ what is the value of

by VJesus12 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 5:19 am

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The sequence $$S$$ is defined by $$S_n=2(S_{n-1})-4$$ for each integer $$n \ge 2.$$ If $$S_1=6,$$ what is the value of $$S_5?$$

(A) -20
(B) 16
(C) 20
(D) 24
(E) 36