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`        If m and n are natural numbers, m greater than n and sum of mth and  nth term of increasing AP is 2m and their product is m square minus n square. then the( m+n)the term of arithmetic progression is`
2 years ago

Arun
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```							Dear Student a +(m –1) d + a +(n –1) d = 2m2a + (m+n –1) d = 2m divide by (m+n)/2 in both the sides {(m+n)/2} [2a + (m+n –1) d] = 2* m (m+n)/2 LHS issum of (m+n)th term of A.P. = m(m+n)Hence Sm+n = m(m+n) RegardsArun (askIITians forum expert)
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