31 Answered Questions for the topic arithmetic progression

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Arithmetic progression

8th term of an A.P is 0.Then prove that 38th term is thrice of 18th term.

The APs 3,20,37,54,71.....and 16,27,38,49,60,71.....have 71 as a common factor. Find next common term.

AP extra questions which are coming in my test tommorow

sum of first n terms of a series is n*2+5n for all integral values of n find first three terms. prove this is an arithmetic progression

The sum of the first n terms of a certain series is n*2+5n for all integral values of n find the first three terms and prove that this is an arithmetic progression

The first three terms of the arithmetic progression are (x+1), (4x-2), (6x-3) respectively. If the last term is 18, find the value of x and the sum

the questions ask for the value of x and the sum of the progression. We are given the first three terms and the last three term

Simplify 7/4 : (3/5 + 6/20)

simplify the fraction to its lowest form.

finding first term and common difference through A.P

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.

how to find first term and common difference

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.

how to do problem like the following super fast? 99+98+97+96...+2+1/99!

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

6 seats at the table and there are 24 people. what is the mathematic formula to create as many meetings as long as everyone met other people

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

find four natural numbers in AP. such that their sum is 24 and their product is 945??

it is the question of commercial mathematics for CA Cap 1................................. please solve it as fast as you can....

find four natural numbers in AP. such that their sum is 24 and their product is 945??

it is the question of commercial mathematics for CA Cap 1................................. please solve it as fast as you can....

help with arithmetic Progression

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 sum of the first 10 terms of the following arithmetic progressions.

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

Write each sum using summation notation.

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

Find first 3 terms of the sequence for which Sₙ=n²(n+1)²/4?

How do I find u1, u2 and u3

progrssion

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

How can i answer this progression question?

the 8th term of an arithmetic progression is 5 times the 4th term.If the second term is -3, find (a) the common difference (b)the first term

Put 5 terms between 1 and 1.3 So that together with the given terms they can form an AP

Put 5 terms between 1 and 1.3 So that together with the given terms they can form an AP

Put 5 terms between 1 and 1.3 So that together with the given terms they can form an AP

Put 5 terms between 1 and 1.3 So that together with the given terms they can form an AP

The sum of series 10+ 29/3 + 28/3 + ....is 155...find no. Of terms

Either answr is 30 or 31??

Arithmetic progression

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

AP 1st term=x+1, 2nd term=2x-1, 4th term=2x+5, find x, a, d

AP 1st term=x+1, 2nd term=2x-1, 4th term=2x+5, find x, a, d   Please help me how to find even one of these values. I don't even have the sum of given terms, so I really have no value to progress. 

Formula nth term series 4,9,16,25

Hello, could you help me find the formula for this series, please? How do I go about it?  4,9,16,25,...I know it starts with adding 5 and adding 2 more with every number, so adding 7 next, then 9,... more
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