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If every term of G.P is multiplied with a fixed number ,then the resulting series will be in

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11 months ago

Arun
25160 Points
```							Dear Kavya let a GP isA, Ar, Ar^2 , Ar^3,.... Now every term is multiplied by a constant k then kA, kAr, kAr^2,.....will also be in GP
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11 months ago
Vikas TU
13786 Points
```							Dear student If it is multiplied with fixed number , Then the common difference will not going to change ,So , It will remain in GP only . Good Luck
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11 months ago
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