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The Sum Of The First Four Term Of An A.P. Is 56. The Sum Of The Last Four Terms Is 112. If Its First Term Is 11, The Number Of Terms
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P^th Term Of The Series (31/n)+(32/n)+(33/n)+.....will
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If Sn Denotes The Sum Of N Terms Of An Arithmetic Progression, Then The Valu Of (S2nSn) Is Equal To
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The Solution Of The Equation (x+1)(x+4)(x+7)+....+(x+28)=155 Is
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The Maximum Sum Of The Series 20+ 19/3 + 36/3 + ......is
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If The P^th Term Of An A.P. Be 1/q And Q ^th Term Be 1/p, Then The Sum Of Its Pq ^ Th Terms Will Be
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If Am Denotes The M^th Term Of An A.P. Then Am =
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If A,b,c Are In A.P., Then (ac)^2 /(b^2ac) =
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The 9th Term Of The Series 27+9 +10/2 + 18/7 +........will Be
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If The Sum Of N Term Of An A.P. Is NA+n^2B, Where A,B Are Constant, Then Its Common Difference Will Be
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If 2x, X+8, 3x+1 Are In A.P. , Then The Value Of X Will Be
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N^th Term Of Series 3.8+6.11+9.14+12.17+.....will Be
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If The First, Second And Last Term Of An A.P. Be A,b,2a Respectively , Then Its Sum Will Be
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If The First , Second And Last Terms Of An Arithmetic Series Are A, B And C Respectively Then The Number Of Terms Is
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The First Term Of An A.P. Is 2 And Common Difference Is 4 . The Sum Of Its 40 Terms Will Be
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The Different Between An Integer And Its Cube Is Divisible By
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The Ratio Of Sum Of M And N Term Of An A.P. Is M^2 :n^2, Then The Ratio Of M^th And N^th Term Will Be
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If N^th Term Of Tow A.P. Are 3n +8 And 7n+15 , Then Ratio Of Their 12th Terms Will Be
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The Four Arithmetic Means Between 3 And 23 Are
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If Sum Of Three Numbers Of An Arithmetic Sequence Is 15 And The Sum Of Their Squares Is 83 , Then The Numbers Are
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The Taxi Fare After Each Kilometre, When The Fare Is Rupee 15
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A Sum Of Rupee 5000 Is Invested At 8% Simple Interest Per Annum. Calculate The Interest
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How Many Numbers Lie Between 10 And 300, Which Divided By 4
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