The first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are –3, –7, –11 . . .

An expression for the `n`th term of this sequence, `t_n`, is

**A.** `t_n = 1 - 4n`

**B.** `t_n = 1 - 8n`

**C.** `t_n = -3 - 4n`

**D.** `t_n = -3 + 4n`

**E.** `t_n = -7 + 4n`

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