Q1. For what value of k will the consecutive terms 2k + 1, 3k + 3, 5k – 1 form an AP?

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Q2. Find the 9th term from the end of the AP. 5, 9, 13,…, 185.

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Q3. In the following situation form an arithmatic Progression.

The cost of digging a well after ever metere of digging when it costs Rs. 150 for the first metre and rises by Rs. 50 for every subsequnt metre.

The cost of digging a well after ever metere of digging when it costs Rs. 150 for the first metre and rises by Rs. 50 for every subsequnt metre.

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Q4 In the given AP, find the missing term: 2,…, 26.

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Q5. In the given AP, find the missing terms: 13,…,3.

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Q6. Find the 12th term of an AP, find the AP with first term 9 and common difference 10.

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Q7. Write the sequence with nth term:

(i) 3 + 4n (ii) 5 + 2n (iii) 6 – n (iv) 9 – 5n

(i) 3 + 4n (ii) 5 + 2n (iii) 6 – n (iv) 9 – 5n

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Q8. Show that a- b, a and a+ b form consecutive terms of an AP.

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Q9. For what value of k, are the numbers x, 2x + k and 3x + 6 three conscutive terms of an AP?

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Q10. Find the 6th term from the end of an AP 17, 14, 11, …, – 40. /div>

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