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Thu June 28, 2012 By:

How an we find the nth term in Geometric Progressions not the tn or the last term?

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Thu June 28, 2012
The formula of findind any nth term in geometric progression (G.P) is given by :
tn=a= a *(rn-1)
here a is the first term of G.P  and r is the common ratio, tis the nth term.
 
now if you want to take out the value of 7th term then , using the same formula , we get
t7 = a7 = a * r7-1 = a * r
 
similarly any nth term can be find out using the above formula and if we know the number of total terms in G.P e.g n=10 , then we can use the above formula and find out t10 which would be the last term of G.P .

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