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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » XI-Maths

Sequences and Series

Find the next two terms of an A.P. given by : (i) 2,5,8,11, ....,......., (ii) 1,-3,-7,-11 , .,... ,...

Find the next two terms of an A.P. given by :
(i) 2,5,8,11, ....,.......,
(ii) 1,-3,-7,-11 , .,... ,
(iii) 2x-3y,x-4y,-5y,-x-6y, ............,
(iv)1,5/6,2/3,1/2,.........,.........,

The nth term of a progression is 3n + 1, prove that it is an A.P. Find its 6th term.

The nth term of a progression is 3n + 1, prove that it is an A.P. Find its 6th term.

How many terms are there in the A.P. (i) 10,13,16,.......... , 49 (ii) 7,13,19,........., 199 (iii) ...

How many terms are there in the A.P.
(i) 10,13,16,.......... , 49 (ii) 7,13,19,........., 199 (iii) 14 1/2,12,....... ,-38?

A sequence is given by an = 2 - 3n. Prove that it is an A.P., find its 5th term.

A sequence is given by an = 2 - 3n. Prove that it is an A.P., find its 5th term.