What is a harmonic progression? Give Examples.

Asked by Vaibhav Tomar | 1st Dec, 2013, 05:54: PM

Expert Answer:

A series of non-zero numbers is said to be harmonic progression if the series obtained by taking reciprocals of the corresponding terms is an arithmetic progression.
For example, the series 1 +1/4 +1/7 +1/10 +..... is an harmonic progression since the series obtained by taking reciprocals of its corresponding terms i.e. 1 +4 +7 +10 +... is an A.P.

Answered by  | 1st Dec, 2013, 06:27: PM

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