# finding general term of a sequence

I have a sequence of numbers $1,\dfrac{3}{4},\dfrac{11}{36},\dfrac{25}{288},\dfrac{137}{7200},\ldots$. Now can we have a sage code that can give the $n$ th term of this sequence..

Please give us the formula for the $n$.th term of this or an other sequence, we will try to implement it in one line. Else the question is not well defined.

There is no "the nth term" for a sequence like you've given with ... . For example: 1,2,3,.... could be the sequence f(n)=n or it could be f(n)=n^3-6n^2+12n-6. There are actually an infinite number of formulas that could work here.

Of course there are infinitely many ways to continue a sequence.

One can still understand the question as "Find a reasonable guess of what this sequence might be, and give the next term for that guess".

The Online encyclopedia of integer sequences (OEIS) has a collection of such reasonable guesses.