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`        If a1,a2,a3 are in AP,  a2,a3,A4 are in GP,  a3, a4,a5 are in GP then a1, a3, a5 are in -? (a) AP(b) GP(c) HP(d) none of these`
one year ago

Arun
23381 Points
```							Dear student You have typed two times G.P.Please check and repost this.You can also attach an image. i will be happy to help you. RegardsArun
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one year ago
1808 Points
```							consider the following example:a1=0, a2=1, a3=2, a4=4, a5=8so obviously a1, a3, a5 are in neither of AP, GP or HP
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one year ago
Mohit Singh
29 Points
```							a, a+d, a+2d in APa+d, a+2d, (a+d)(a+2d/a+d)^2 in GPa+2d, (a+d)(a+2d/a+d)^2 in HPlet a=2, d=32,5,85,8,64/58, 64/5, 322, 8 , 23 in GP (Answer)
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5 months ago
Mohit Singh
29 Points
```							 a, a+d, a+2d in APa+d, a+2d, (a+d)(a+2d/a+d)^2 in GPa+2d, (a+d)(a+2d/a+d)^2 in HPlet a=2, d=32,5,85,8,64/58, 64/5, 322, 8 ,32 in GP (Answer)(Ignore Previous)
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