What is the thousandth term of \(S,\) a certain sequence of numbers?

(1) For every \(n,\) the \(nth\) term of \(S\) is \(n^2.\)

(2) The first five terms of \(S\) are \(1^2, 2^2, 3^2, 4^2,\) and \(5^2.\)

Answer: A

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(1) For every \(n,\) the \(nth\) term of \(S\) is \(n^2.\)

(2) The first five terms of \(S\) are \(1^2, 2^2, 3^2, 4^2,\) and \(5^2.\)

Answer: A

Source: GMAT Prep