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### CBSE XI Science Maths Sequences and Series

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### CBSE XI Commerce Maths

## in sequence and series is s3 = a1+a2+a3 2) s4 = a1+a2+a3+a4 yes or no

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### JEE Plances JEE (Main) Maths

## 1/3.4.5 +2/4.5.6 +3/5.6.7 + ...=?

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### CBSE XI Science Maths

## Sum upto n terms of series 2.1+3.2+4.4+5.8_____

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### CBSE X Maths

## Please solve this question

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### CBSE X Maths

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### JEE Plances JEE (Main) Maths

## Please solve this

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### CBSE X Maths

## Please solve this question

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### CBSE XI Science Maths

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### ICSE X Maths

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### CBSE XI Science Maths Sequences and Series

## Could you please give the solution to problem number 20.

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### CBSE XI Science Maths

## Q1. Sum of the series 1/1.2.3+5/3.4.5+9/5.6.7+.......till infinity Q2. Find value of Log(1+1/n)^n

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### JEE Plances JEE (Main) Maths

## Detailed solution for this.

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### JEE Main Maths

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### Gujarat X Maths

## (-100)+(-98)+(-96)+......+92

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### CBSE XI Science Maths Sequences and Series.

## 7+11+15+19....UpTo 20 terms.

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### ICSE X Physics

## Why voltage decreases when we connect resistors in series and current remains same? Why voltage remains same when we connect resistors in parallel and current decreases?

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### CBSE XII Science Maths

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### CBSE XI Science Maths Sequences and Series

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### CBSE XI Science Maths Sequences and Series.

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### CBSE X Physics Electricity

## Decorative lights with hundred bulbs are connected in series. Due to a minor damage, the 3rdlight gets disconnected. What would you observe? A.No change in the working of the light bulbs. B. All the light bulbs stop glowing. C. Only the first three light bulbs glow. D. Only the first bulb glows.

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### JEE Main Maths

## Solve the question in photo showing each step clearly...

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### CBSE XII Science Maths

## find the sum of the following series: S = 7/6 + 13/12 + 21/20 +31/30 +............. + 9901/9900 A) 9749/100 B) 9849/100 C) 9949/100 D) 9649/100

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### ICSE VII Physics Electricity and Magnetism

## Compare the behaviour of appliances are connected in parallel circuit and in a series circuit

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### ICSE VII Physics Electricity and Magnetism

## What are series and parallel combination? What is the practical utillity of these combinations?

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### CBSE X Maths Arithmetic Progression

## complete the number series 9,17,32,61,118,?

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### CBSE VII Science Electric Current and its Effects

## Chapter - Electricity and Cicuits if there are 2 bulbs attached to a circuit and filament breaks from 1 bulb will the 2nd bulb still glow ?

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### JEE Main Maths Sequences and Series

## find the next number in the given series. 101,123,147,173,?

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### CBSE XI Science Maths Sequences and Series

## Expand e^x sin y as Taylor's series near the point (-1 π/4) up to third degree terms

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