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..

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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..

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