How to find a number as a anthemic progression number?

### Asked by ramapradeep9740 | 7th Jul, 2020, 07:11: PM

Expert Answer:

### Take the given number as n^{th} term i.e. a_{n}
Then equate it to a+(n-1)d
And then find the value of basis on the values of a and d.
If the value of n is a positive integer, then the number belongs to the arithmetic progression.
If the value of n is not a positive integer, the number does not belong to the arithmetic progression.

^{th}term i.e. a

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### Answered by Renu Varma | 8th Jul, 2020, 10:41: AM

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