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    The sum of the first n terms of an AP whose first term is 8 and the common difference is 20 is equal to the sum of first 2n terms of another AP whose first term is 40 and the common difference is 6 . Find n .

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    The sum of the first n terms of an AP whose first term is 8 and the common difference is 20 is equal to the sum of first 2n terms of another AP whose first term is 40 and the common difference is 6. Find n.

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    Let S

    n ​

    be the sum of n terms of an AP with first term a=8 and common difference d=20. Then,

    S n ​ = 2 n ​ (2a+(n−1)d)⇒S n ​ = 2 n ​ (2×8+(n−1)×20)⇒S n ​ = 2 n ​ (16+20n−20) ⇒S n ​ = 2 n ​

    (20n−4)              ...1

    similarly Let S 2n ​

    be the sum of 2n terms of an AP with first term a1=30 and common difference d1=8. Then,

    S 2n ​ = 2 2n ​ (2a1+(2n−1)d1)⇒S 2n ​ = 2 2n ​ (2×30+(n−1)×8)⇒S 2n ​ = 2 2n ​ (60+8n−8) ⇒S 2n ​

    =n(8n+52)           ...2

    According to question S

    n ​ =S 2n ​ 2 n ​ (20n−4)=n(8n+52) ⇒10n−2=8n+52 ⇒2n=54 ⇒n=27

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    Arithmetic Progression (AP)

    An arithmetic progression is a sequence where the differences between every two consecutive terms are the same. In an arithmetic progression, each number is obtained by adding a fixed number to the previous term.

    Arithmetic Progression

    An arithmetic progression (AP) is a sequence where the differences between every two consecutive terms are the same. In this type of progression, there is a possibility to derive a formula for the nth term of the AP. For example, the sequence 2, 6, 10, 14, … is an arithmetic progression (AP) because it follows a pattern where each number is obtained by adding 4 to the previous term. In this sequence, nth term = 4n-2. The terms of the sequence can be obtained by substituting n=1,2,3,... in the nth term. i.e.,

    When n = 1, first term = 4n-2 = 4(1)-2 = 4-2=2

    When n = 2, second term = 4n-2 = 4(2)-2 = 8-2=6

    When n = 3, thirs term = 4n-2 = 4(3)-2 = 12-2=10

    In this article, we will explore the concept of arithmetic progression, the formula to find its nth term, common difference, and the sum of n terms of an AP. We will solve various examples based on arithmetic progression formula for a better understanding of the concept.

    What is Arithmetic Progression?

    We can define an arithmetic progression (AP) in two ways:

    An arithmetic progression is a sequence where the differences between every two consecutive terms are the same.

    An arithmetic progression is a sequence where each term, except the first term, is obtained by adding a fixed number to its previous term.

    For example, 1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33, ... has

    a = 1 (the first term)

    d = 4 (the "common difference" between terms)

    In general an arithmetic sequence can be written like: {a, a+d, a+2d, a+3d, ... }.

    Using the above example we get: {a, a+d, a+2d, a+3d, ... } = {1, 1+4, 1+2×4, 1+3×4, ... } = {1, 5, 9, 13, ... }

    Arithmetic Progression Definition

    Arithmetic progression is defined as the sequence of numbers in algebra such that the difference between every consecutive term is the same. It can be obtained by adding a fixed number to each previous term.

    Arithmetic Progression Formula

    For the first term 'a' of an AP and common difference 'd', given below is a list of arithmetic progression formulas that are commonly used to solve various problems related to AP:

    Common difference of an AP: d = a2 - a1 = a3 - a2 = a4 - a3 = ... = an - an-1

    nth term of an AP: an = a + (n - 1)d

    Sum of n terms of an AP: Sn = n/2(2a+(n-1)d) = n/2(a + l), where l is the last term of the arithmetic progression.

    AP Formula

    The image below shows the formulas related to arithmetic progression:

    Common Terms Used in Arithmetic Progression

    From now on, we will abbreviate arithmetic progression as AP. Here are some more AP examples:

    6, 13, 20, 27, 34, . . . .

    91, 81, 71, 61, 51, . . . .

    π, 2π, 3π, 4π, 5π,…

    -√3, −2√3, −3√3, −4√3, −5√3,…

    An AP generally is shown as follows: a1, a2, a3, . . . It involves the following terminology.

    First Term of Arithmetic Progression:

    As the name suggests, the first term of an AP is the first number of the progression. It is usually represented by a1 (or) a. For example, in the sequence 6,13,20,27,34, . . . . the first term is 6. i.e., a1=6 (or) a=6.

    Common Difference of Arithmetic Progression:

    We know that an AP is a sequence where each term, except the first term, is obtained by adding a fixed number to its previous term. Here, the “fixed number” is called the “common difference” and is denoted by 'd' i.e., if the first term is a1, then: the second term is a1+d, the third term is a1+d+d = a1+2d, and the fourth term is a1+2d+d= a1+3d and so on. For example, in the sequence 6,13,20,27,34,. . . , each term, except the first term, is obtained by addition of 7 to its previous term. Thus, the common difference is, d=7. In general, the common difference is the difference between every two successive terms of an AP. Thus, the formula for calculating the common difference of an AP is: d = an - an-1

    Nth Term of Arithmetic Progression

    The general term (or) nth term of an AP whose first term is 'a' and the common difference is 'd' is found by the formula an=a+(n-1)d. For example, to find the general term (or) nth term of the sequence 6,13,20,27,34,. . . ., we substitute the first term, a1=6, and the common difference, d=7 in the formula for the nth term formula. Then we get, an =a+(n-1)d = 6+(n-1)7 = 6+7n-7 = 7n -1. Thus, the general term (or) nth term of this sequence is: an = 7n-1. But what is the use of finding the general term of an AP? Let us see.

    AP Formula for General Term

    We know that to find a term, we can add 'd' to its previous term. For example, if we have to find the 6th term of 6,13,20,27,34, . . ., we can just add d=7 to the 5th term which is 34. 6th term = 5th term + 7 = 34+7 = 41. But what if we have to find the 102nd term? Isn’t it difficult to calculate it manually? In this case, we can just substitute n=102 (and also a=6 and d=7 in the formula of the nth term of an AP). Then we get:

    an = a+(n-1)d a102 = 6+(102-1)7 a102 = 6+(101)7 a102 = 713

    Therefore, the 102nd term of the given sequence 6,13,20,27,34,.... is 713. Thus, the general term (or) nth term of an AP is referred to as the arithmetic sequence explicit formula and can be used to find any term of the AP without finding its previous term.

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    What is the number of terms in the progression when the first term of an arithmetic sequence is 8 and the last term is 34, with the sum of the first six terms being 58?

    Answer (1 of 6): Answer for the number of terms is 40. To solve for the common difference, d, consider the first 6 terms where the sum of 58 with the first term as 8 and the last term is the 6th term. Determine the last term, an in the formula for sum, S=n/2(a1+an) considering the last term for...

    What is the number of terms in the progression when the first term of an arithmetic sequence is 8 and the last term is 34, with the sum of the first six terms being 58?

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    Let d be the common difference and n be the number of terms

    Sum of the first six terms:

    6/2(2*8+5*d)=58 3(16+5d)=58 48+15d=58 15d=10 d=2/3 Solve for n: 34=8+(n-1)d 26=(n-1)2/3 39=n-1 Therefore, n=40 Related questions

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    Sum of the first six terms = 58

    i.e.

    6/2* [ 2(8) + (6–1)d ] = 58

    3[ 16+5d] = 58 48 +15d = 58 d = 2/3

    and the last term = 34

    i.e. 8 + (n-1)*2/3 = 34 (n-1)*2/3 = 26 n-1 = 39 n =40 Sponsored by Aspose

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    AP a=8 an=34 S6=58 Sn =n/2 (2a+(n-1)d) S6=3[2×8+5d] =58 16+5d =58/3

    5d=58/3 --16/1 =58-48=10 /3

    5d=10/3 d=10/15 =2/3 a=8 an=8+(n-1) 2/3 =34 (n-1)=26×3/2 =39 n=40 Number of terms =40 Verification a=8 d=2/3 S6 =3(16+5×2/3) =58 John R. Clymer

    PhD in Electrical Engineering & Mathematics, Arizona State University (Graduated 1971)Author has 611 answers and 306K answer viewsNov 5

    A6 = 8 + d(5) = l

    sum = 6/2(8 + (8+5d)) = 58

    3(16+5d) = 58 48 + 15d = 58 15d = 10 d=1/2

    An = 8 + 1(n-1)/2 = 34

    n/2 = 34 - 7.5 = 63/2

    n = 63

    check: A63 = 16/2 + 62/2 = 78/2 = 34

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    S 6 = 6 2 [2(8)+5d]=58 S6=62[2(8)+5d]=58 5d= 58 3 −16= 10 3 5d=583−16=103 d= 2 3 d=23 34=8+ 2 3 (n−1) 34=8+23(n−1) n−1=39⟹n=40 n−1=39⟹n=40 terms.

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    Answer for the number of terms is 40.

    To solve for the common difference, d, consider the first 6 terms where the sum of 58 with the first term as 8 and the last term is the 6th term.

    Determine the last term, an in the formula for sum, S=n/2(a1+an) considering the last term for the first 6 terms with the sum of 58 is the 6th term:

    58=6/2(8+an) 58=3(8+an)=24+3an 58-24=3an 34=3an

    an=34/3=11–1/3 or 11.333 is the 6th term or a6

    Solve for d, as the common difference:

    Let an=a6, where the common difference is always the same no matter how many terms involved.

    a6=a1+(n-1)d 11.333=8+(6–1)d 11.333–8=5d 3.333=5d. d= Shashwat Sourav

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