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Arithmetic Progression Question!!!

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  1. akash_809
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    ??

  2. aceace
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    Question 14 please

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  3. akash_809
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    put n=1,2,3,4 get T1,T2,T3,T4 see if T2-T1=T3-T2=T4-T3=d , if it is then it is an A.P, and d is the common difference for first term is T1 you calculated

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    @aceace do u get it

  5. aceace
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    no clue what it means

  6. akash_809
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    in an a1,a2,a3,a4 all differ by common difference d which is equal to d=a2-a1=a3-a2=a-a3 and so on , do u know this

  7. aceace
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    @ash2326 @hartnn @estudier @Directrix

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    yes i do know that

  9. sauravshakya
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    T_n=mn+b FIRST TERM=T_1=m*1+b=m+b COMMON DIFFERENCE=T_(n+1) -T_n =m(n+1)+b-{mn+b}=mn+m+b-mn-b=m

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    DOES IT HELP?

  11. aceace
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    can you do the working out pls

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