Sequences and Series ISC Class-11 Maths ML Aggarwal

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Sequences and Series ISC Class-11 Maths ML Aggarwal

Sequences and Series ISC Class-11 Maths ML Aggarwal Solutions Chapter-10

Board   ISC
Class  11
Subject Mathematics
Chapter-10 Sequences and Series
Session  2024-25
Topics  Solutions of ML Aggarwal

Sequences and Series

Sequence: A succession of numbers arranged in a definite order according to a given certain rule is called sequence. A sequence is either finite or infinite depending upon the number of terms in a sequence.

Series:  If a1, a2, a3,…… an is a sequence, then the expression a1 + a2 + a3 + a4 + … + an is called series.

Progression : A sequence whose terms follow certain patterns are more often called progression

Arithmetic Progression (AP)

A sequence in which the difference of two consecutive terms is constant, is called Arithmetic progression (AP).

Properties of Arithmetic Progression (AP): If a sequence is an A.P. then its nth term is a linear expression in n i.e. its nth term is given by An + B, where A and S are constant and A is common difference.

nth term of an AP : If a is the first term, d is common difference and l is the last term of an AP then

  • nth term is given by an = a + (n – 1)d.
  • nth term of an AP from the last term is a’n =an – (n – 1)d.
  • an + a’n = constant
  • Common difference of an AP i.e. d = an – an-1,∀ n > 1

Note:  If a constant is added or subtracted from each term of an AR then the resulting sequence is an AP with same common difference.

Sum of n Terms of an AP

Sn = n/2 [2a + (n – 1)d]

Arithmetic Mean:  if a, and b are in A.P then A  = (a+b) /2 is called the arithmetic mean of a and b

Geometric Progression (GP)

A sequence in which the ratio of two consecutive terms is constant is called geometric progression. The constant ratio is called common ratio(r).

If a is the first term and r is the common ratio, then the general term or nth term of GP is an =arn-

nth term of a GP from the end is a’n = 1/ r (n1),  l = last term

If all the terms of GP be multiplied or divided by same non-zero constant, then the resulting sequence is a GP with the same common ratio.

The reciprocal terms of a given GP form a GP.

If each term of a GP be raised to some power, the resulting sequence also forms a GP

If a, b and c are three consecutive terms of a GP then b2 = ac


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