Two people have 1 relationship. 3 people have 3 direct relationships (triagle sides) and 3 indirect relationships which is their concern of the relationship between the other two (bisecting lines...

Two people have 1 relationship. 3 people have 3 direct relationships (triagle sides) and 3 indirect relationships which is their concern of the relationship between the other two (bisecting lines...

an arithmetic progression has 41 terms the sum of first five terms of this A.P is 35 and the sum of last five terms of the same A.P is 395. Find the common difference and the first term.

an arithmetic progression has 41 terms the sum of first five terms of this A.P is 35 and the sum of last five terms of the same A.P is 395. Find the common difference and the first term.

The question is based on arithmetic progression

a man bought a certain number of toys for Rs 180; he kept one for his own use and sold the rest for one rupee more than he gave for them, besides getting his own toy for nothing he made a profit of...

Steps to solve the question please. 99+98+97...+2+1/99 factorial

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i need a formula to create a table where everyone meet each other out of 24 people group as many as everyone met each other

the third term is 10 and the fifth term is 16. a) find the common difference b) find the first term c) find the sum the first 20th term of the sequenc...

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Find the second term of a geometric progression for which a4=4 and a4=-108

I need to answer this using an Ap equation. Given there are 32 students in Week 3 and 12 students in Week 13, find the number of students attending the lecture in Week 7.

Find the first term of an arithmetic progression if a7=35 and a12=60.

this question is from arihant textbook class 10 and from chapter arithmetic progressions(AP)

from all in one uide for class 10 and chapter is arithmetic progressions

Either answr is 30 or 31??

find the sum of the sequence -1,2,5 and estimate the sequence

Find sum of all numbers from 50 to 350 which are divisible by 6. Hence find the 15th term of that A.P.

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