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A Progression

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phymatter
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Mar17-10, 08:46 PM
P: 131
my book says that if sum of p terms of an ARTHMETRIC PROGRESSION is q and sum of q terms is p , then sum of p+q terms will be -(p+q) , but i am getting it as +(p+q),
can someone verify it ?????
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Mar17-10, 11:03 PM
P: 35
Can you post your work?

Just messed around with it for a couple minutes and I got p+q+p*q*d where d is the common difference.


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