Consider the sequence an = ((-1)^n)/(sqrt(n)) List the first 10 terms of this sequence (starting with n = 1) and plot them as points on a graph.
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You need to substitute the numbers 1,2,...,10 for n, in equation `a_n = ((-1)^n)/(sqrt(n)), ` to list the first 10 terms of the sequence, such that:
`a_1 = ((-1)^1)/(sqrt1) => a_1 = -1`
`a_2 = ((-1)^2)/(sqrt(2)) => a_2 =...
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