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Question 59. The sums of first n terms of three A.P.s are S1, S2 and S3. The first term of each is 5 and their common differences are 2, 4 and 6 respectively. Prove that S1 + S3 = 2S2

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This is an arithmetic progression based question from Chapter name- Arithmetic Progression
Chapter number- 9
Exercise – 9.6
In this question we have been given that the sums of first n terms of three A.P.s are S1, S2 and S3.

Also the first term of each is 5 and their common differences are 2, 4 and 6 respectively.

Now we have to prove that S1 + S3 = 2S2

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Question no 59

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  1. By using the formula of the sum of n terms of an A.P.

    Sn = n[2a +(n – 1)d] / 2

    According to the question,

    S1 = n[2(5)+(n – 1)2] / 2 = n[8 + 2n] / 2 = 4n + n2

    S2 = n[2(5) + (n – 1)4] / 2 = n[6 + 4n] / 2 = 3n + 2n2

    S3 = n[2(5) + (n – 1)6] / 2 = n[4 + 6n] / 2 = 2n + 3n2

    Now, L.H.S. = (4n + n2) + (2n + 3n2)

    = 6n + 4n2

    = 2[3n + 2n2]

    = 2S2

    Hence proved.

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