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In a hapmonic mean is the next number always greater than the previous?? Reply REALLY fast

In a hapmonic mean is the next number always greater than the previous??
Reply REALLY fast

Grade:12

2 Answers

Ramvardhan
25 Points
6 years ago
A harmonic In harmonic progression, the next number always depends on the common difference.
 
Example: 1/3, 1/5,1/7 ,1/9 ….
In this case, the common difference of the denominator is 2. And the next number in this case of harmonic progression is decreasing.
 
Example: 1/100, 1/95, 1/90, 1/85, ….
In this case the common difference of the denominator is -5. So in this case of H.P. the numbers are increasing. 
 
All depends on the common difference of the denominator. If it is +ve then the numbers keep decreasing and if -ve they keep increasing. So the answer to your question is ‘no’. In H.P. the next number may be greater than the previous but this not always.
 
 
Alfaz Khan
44 Points
6 years ago
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