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# JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5

Chapter 1 : PROGRESSIONS

JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of an AP are 6, 10 and 14. Find (a) the first term (b) the common difference (c) the fifth term (d) the sum of the first 7 terms 2. The first three terms of an AP are 8, 4 and 0. Find (a) the first term (b) the common difference (c) the 8th term (d) the sum of the first 10 terms

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The first three terms of an AP are , 1 and 3. 3 3 Find (a) the 16th term (b) the sum of the first 6 terms

4.

The first three terms of an AP are 3, and 2. 2 Find (a) the 11th term (b) the sum of the first eight terms

5.

The first three terms of an AP are 10, 7 and 4. Find (a) the 20th term (b) the sum of the first 12 terms

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The first three terms of an AP are 5, 9 and 13. Find (a) the common difference (b) the sum of the first 20 terms

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The 7th term and the 12th term of an AP are 27 and 47 respectively. Find the first term and the common difference. 2. The 12th term and the 17th term of an AP are 38 and 53 respectively. Find the first term and the common difference.

3.

The 13th term of an AP is 27. Given that the 7th term is 3 times the second terms, find the first term and the common difference.

4.

The 8th term of an AP is twice of the 2nd term. The 11th terms is 18. Find the first term and the common difference.

5.

The first term of an AP is 4. Given that the value of the 13th term is 4 times the value of the 5th term, find the common difference.

6.

Given that the 10th term of an AP is 33 and the difference between the 8th term and the 3rd term is 15. Calculate the first term and the common difference.

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of a GP are 3, -6, and 12. Find (a) the first term (b) the common ratio (c) the eighth term (d) the sum of the first 5 terms 2. The first three terms of a GP are 3, 6 and 12. Find (a) the first term (b) the common ratio (c) the 15th term (d) the sum of the first 10 terms

3.

The first three terms of a GP are 4 3, 2 and . Find 3 (a) the 10th term (b) the sum of the first 6 terms

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The first three terms of a GP are 2, -6 and 18. Find (a) the 7th term (b) the sum of the first 5 terms

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The first three terms of a GP are 1 , 1 and 3 . Find 3 (a) the fifth term (b) the sum of the first 15 terms

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The first three terms of a GP are 1 1 , and 2. Find 8 2 (a) the common ratio (b) the sum of the first 6 terms

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. In a GP, where all the terms are positive, the fourth term is 24 and the second term is 6. Calculate the first term and the common ratio. 2. If the second term of a GP is 3 and the seventh 32 term is , find the first term and the common 81 ratio.

3.

The third term and the sixth term of a GP are 27 and 8 respectively. Find the first term and the common ratio.

4.

The second term and the third term of a GP are 1 and 1 respectively. Find the first term and the 2 common ratio.

5.

In a GP, the first term and the third terms exceeds the second terms by 12 and 24 respectively. Find the first term and the common ratio.

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In a GP, the sum of the second term and the third term is 12 while the sum of the third term and the fourth term is 6. Find the common ratio and the first term.

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of an AP are 3, + 3, 2 + 2. Find (a) the value of , (b) the first term and the common difference 2. If 3 1, 6 and 19 are three consecutive terms in AP, find (a) the value of (b) the first term and the common difference

3.

The first three terms of an AP are 6, 2 and -14. Find (a) the value of (b) the first term and the common difference

4.

The first three terms of an AP are , 2 2 and 2 + 1. Find (a) the value of (b) the first term and the common difference

5.

The first three terms of an AP are 4, 3 + 3, 2 + 4. Find (a) the value of , (b) the sum of the first 10 terms of the progression.

6.

The 3rd term and the 5th term of an AP are 2 + 6 and 6 4 respectively, where is a constant. Given that the common difference of the progression is 3, find the value of .

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of a GP are 5 , , 3 the value of , given > 0.
20 9

. Find

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The first three terms of a GP are 6, , 24. Find the positive value of .

3.

The first three terms of a GP are 2, , 18. Find the positive value of .

4.

The first three terms of a GP are 3, , 27. Find the positive value of .

5.

Given 36, , 4 are three consecutive terms of a GP with a negative common ratio. Find the value of .

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The first three terms of a GP are + 3, , 2. Find (a) the value of (b) the common ratio

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of a GP are 3, 6, . Find (a) the value of (b) the sum from the 6th term to the 12th term 2. The first three terms of a GP are + 1, 4 , 8. Find (a) the value of (b) the sum from the 4th term to the 7th term

3.

The first three terms of a GP are , 12, 36. Find (a) the value of (b) the sum from the fifth term to the twelfth term

4.

The first three terms of a GP are positive. Given that the terms are 4, and 5 12. Find (a) the value of (b) the sum of the first 8 terms after the 5th term

5.

The first three terms of a GP are 36, 12, 4. Find (a) the fourth term, (b) the sum of the first 10 terms after the fourth term.

6.

If 27, 3 and 48 are three consecutive terms in a GP. Find (a) the values of (b) the sum of the first 7 terms after the fourth term

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of an AP are 4, 3 + 3, 2 + 4 . Find (a) the value of (b) the sum of the first 10 terms after the 3rd term 2. The first three terms of an AP are 6, 10 and 14. Find (a) the common difference (b) the sum of the first 16 terms after the 4th term

3.

The sum of the first n terms of an AP is given by = [5 13]. 2 (a) the first term (b) the sum of the 6th term to the 12th term

4.

It is given that 5, 11 and 17 are the first three terms of an AP. Find (a) the tenth term (b) the sum of the next ten terms after the tenth term.

5.

The first three terms of an AP are 7, 11, 15. Find (a) the common difference (b) the sum of the first 30 terms after the third term.

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The first three terms of an AP are -3, 12 and 27. Find (a) the common difference (b) the sum of the first 18 terms after the 5th term

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The sum of first terms of an AP is given by = 2(9 ). Find (a) the common difference (b) the sum of the first 6 terms 2. The sum of the first terms of an AP is given by = 3 22 . Find (a) the common difference (b) the 10th term.

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The sum of the first terms of an AP is given by = 22 5 . Find (a) the first term (b) the common difference

4.

The sum of the first terms of an AP is given by = (23 + ). Find 6 (a) the first term (b) the common difference

5.

The sum of the first terms of a GP is given by = 2(3 1). Find (a) the sum of the first 6 terms, (b) the 6th term

6.

The sum of the first term, , of a GP is given by = 81 [1 ( ) ] . Find 3 (a) the common ratio (b) the sum to infinity
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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The nth term of a GP is given by = 232 . Calculate (a) the common ratio (b) the sum to infinity 2. The nth term of a GP, , is given by = ( )
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## (a) the common ratio, (b) the sum to infinity

3.

The nth term of a GP is given by = 7(3)2 . Calculate (a) the common ratio (b) the sum to infinity

4.

The nth term of a AP, , is given by = 11 3 , find (a) the common difference (b) the sum of the first 5 terms after the fourth term

5.

It is given that the nth term of a GP is = 32 Find (a) the common ratio (b) the sum of the first 6 terms

6.

It is given that the nth term of a GP is = (3)1 Find (a) the common ratio (b) the sum of the first 10 terms after the third term

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. Express the recurring decimal 2.151515.. as a fraction in its simplest form 2. Express the recurring decimal 1.020202 as a fraction in the lowest form.

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Given = 0.1666666

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= 0.1 + + + (a) State the values of and of (b) Hence, find the value of

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. It is given that 46, 41,., z, 6,., is an AP (a) State the value of z (b) Write the three consecutive terms before z. 2. The fifth term of an AP is 6 and the sum of the first five term is 0. Find (a) the first term and the common difference (b) the sum of the first 12 terms

3.

It is given that , + , + 2, are the first three terms of an AP where the seventh terms is 74 and the sum of the first five terms is 290. Find the value of and of

4.

The fourth term of an AP is 29 and the sum of the first eight terms is 260. Find (a) the first term and the common difference (b) the sum from the fourth term to the tenth term

5.

The sum of 14 terms in an AP is 224 and the sum of the odd terms is 105. Find the first term and the common difference of the progression.

6.

An AP has 12 terms. The sum of 12 terms is 192, and the sum of the odd terms is 90. Find (a) the first term and the common difference (b) the last term

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. The first three terms of an AP are 49, 42 and 35. The th term of this progression is negative. Find the least value of 2. The first three terms of an AP are 89, 85 and 81. The th term of this progression is negative. Find the least value of

3.

Given the sum of the first terms of an AP, 7, 15, 23,, is greater than 3600. Find the minimum value of

4.

Given that the AP 5, 9, 13,, find the value of terms of the progression is more than 500 for the first time.

5.

The sum of the first terms of an AP is given by = 22 + 5. Calculate the value of the first term that exceeds the value of 500.

6.

Given an AP 6, 18, 30, ..find the least number of terms that must be taken so that its sum exceeds 864

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JOM TANYA SIFU@FORM 5 CHAPTER 1 : PROGRESSIONS 1. In the GP 4, 24, 144,, find the first term which exceeds 18 000. 2. In the GP 2, 6, 18,, find the least number of terms required so that its sum exceeds 9 500.

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Given a GP 2, 6, 18,, find the smallest value of such that the sum of the first terms is greater than 6000

4.

The first term and the common ratio of a GP 5 are 100 and respectively. Find the smallest 4 value of such that the sum of terms exceeds 3 000

5.

It is given that , 768, , 3 072, . Is part of a GP and the sum of the first four terms of the progression is 255. Find (a) the common ratio (b) the first term (c) the smallest value of such that the th term exceeds 10 000

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It is given that , 351, , 3 159, . Is part of a GP and the sum of the first six terms of the progression is 4 732. Find (a) the common ratio (b) the first term (c) the smallest value of such that the th term exceeds 50 000