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Grade: 12th pass
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Clearly, ‘a’ is the first term, ‘b’ is the (n+2) th term and ‘d’ is the common difference. Then, we have b = a+(n+2-1)d = a+(n+1)d. how ‘b’ is the (n+2) th term
Clearly, ‘a’ is the first term, ‘b’ is the (n+2)th term and ‘d’ is the common difference. Then, we have b = a+(n+2-1)d = a+(n+1)d. how ‘b’ is the (n+2)th term

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## Answers : (2)

Arun
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```							Dear Madhur You have told that b is the n+2 term. Please attach an image so that I will properly help you. RegardsArun
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2 years ago
Deepak Kumar Shringi
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```							as we know nth term is given by a+(n-1)dif i just replaced this n by n+2 it will give me(n+2)th term, thatswhy b is (n+2) term
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