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`        10th term of the progression -4-1+2+5+------------`
7 years ago

```							Dear jayku kumar,
The Formula for finding the nth term in Arithmetic Progression is given by
an = a1 + (n-1)d
where,
an is the value of the nth term
a1 is the value of the first term
n is the nth term
d is the difference

In this case, a1 = -4, d = (a2 -a1) = 3, n=10
Therefore substituting these values,we get the value of the nth term(an)
Therefore, an = -4 + (10-1)3
= -4 +(9)3
= -4+ 27
= 23
Hence the 10th term is 23.

Hope this helped you immensely...!!
All the Very Best & Good Luck to you ...!!

Best Regards,
Godfrey Classic Prince
IIT-M
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7 years ago
```							the given sequence is an AP with a1= -4 and d= 3. We have find out the 10th term of this sequence.
So an = a1 + (n-1)d. Here n=10.
So a10= -4 + 9×3 =23
Hence the 10th term of this sequence is 23

RAJORSHI PAUL
Dept of Electrical Engg
IIT Kharagpur
```
7 years ago
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