# Category: Sequence & Series

## Sequence and Series-2

This post is about an Online Quiz of sequence and series:

A sequence is an ordered set of numbers formed according to some definite rule.

1. The arithmetic mean between 2+\sqrt{2}$and$2-\sqrt{2}$is 2. Which of the following cannot be the term of sequence 17, 13, 9, … 3. If in an A.P.$a_5=13$and$a_17=49$, then$a_15=?$4. If the domain of a sequence is finite then the sequence is called 5. The number of terms of the series$-7+(-5)+(-3)+\cdots$amount to 65 6. The sum of the series$-3+(-1)+(1) +3+5 +\cdots+ a_{16}$is 7. The$n$th A.M. between$a$and$b$is 8. Sequence is also called 9. If$\frac{1}{a}, \frac{1}{b}$and D\frac{1}{c}$ are in A.P. then which one is true:

10. If all the members of a sequence are real numbers then the sequence is called

11. If $S_2, S_3, S_5$ are the sums of $2n, 3n, 5n$ terms of an A.P. then which one is true

12. A sequence is a function whose domain is

13. The sequence $1, \frac{3}{2}, \frac{5}{4}, \frac{7}{8}, \cdots$, then $a_7=?$

14. If 5, 8 are two A.M. between $a$ and $b$ then $a$ and $b$ are

15. A sequence in which every term after the first can be obtained by adding a fixed number in the preceding term is called

16. The symbol used to represent the sequence $a$ is

17. The A.M. between $1-x+x^2$ and $1+x-x^2$ is

18. The generl term $a_n$ of an A.P. is

19. Find the number of terms in an A.P. in which $a=3, d=7$, and $a_n=59$

20. If $a_{n-2}=3n-11$ then $n$th term will be

A sequence can be defined as a function whose domain is a subset of natural numbers. Mathematically, sequence is denoted by $\{a_n\}$ where $n\in N$.

Let us try an Online Quiz about sequence and series:

Some examples of sequence are:

• $1,2,3,\cdots$
• $2, 4, 6, 8, \cdots$
• $\frac{1}{3}, \frac{1}{5}, \frac{1}{7}, \cdots$

The term $a_n$ is called the general term or $n$th term of a sequence. If all numbers of a sequence are real numbers then it is called a real sequence. If the domain of a sequence is a finite set, then the sequence is finite otherwise the sequence is an infinite sequence. An infinite sequence has no last term.

If the terms of a sequence follow a certain pattern, then it is called a progression:

• Arithmetic Progression (AP)
A sequence $\{a_n\}$ is an Arithmetic Sequence or Arithmetic Progression if the difference $a_n – a_{n-1}$ is the same for all $n \in N$ and $n>1$.
• Geometric Progression (GP)
A sequence $\{a_n\}$ in which $\frac{a_n}{a_{n-1}}$ is same non-zero number for al l$n\in N$ and $n>1$ is called Geometric Sequence or Geometric Progression.
• Harmonic Progression (HP)
A Harmonic Progression is a sequence of numbers whose reciprocals form an Arithmetic Progression. A general form of Harmonic Progression is $\frac{1}{a_1}, \frac{1}{a_1+d}, \frac{1}{a_1+2d}, \cdots$, where $a_n=\frac{1}{a_1+(n-1)d}$

## Sequence and Series-1

This post is about an Online Quiz of sequence and series:

A sequence is an ordered set of numbers formed according to some definite rule.

Please go to Sequence and Series-1 to view the test

A sequence can be defined as a function whose domain is a subset of natural numbers. Mathematically, sequence is denoted by $\{a_n\}$ where $n\in N$.

Let us try an Online Quiz about sequence and series:

Some examples of sequence are:

• $1,2,3,\cdots$
• $2, 4, 6, 8, \cdots$
• $\frac{1}{3}, \frac{1}{5}, \frac{1}{7}, \cdots$

The term $a_n$ is called the general term or $n$th term of a sequence. If all numbers of a sequence are real numbers then it is called a real sequence. If the domain of a sequence is a finite set, then the sequence is finite otherwise the sequence is an infinite sequence. An infinite sequence has no last term.

If the terms of a sequence follow a certain pattern, then it is called a progression:

• Arithmetic Progression (AP)
A sequence $\{a_n\}$ is an Arithmetic Sequence or Arithmetic Progression if the difference $a_n – a_{n-1}$ is the same for all $n \in N$ and $n>1$.
• Geometric Progression (GP)
A sequence $\{a_n\}$ in which $\frac{a_n}{a_{n-1}}$ is same non-zero number for al l$n\in N$ and $n>1$ is called Geometric Sequence or Geometric Progression.
• Harmonic Progression (HP)
A Harmonic Progression is a sequence of numbers whose reciprocals form an Arithmetic Progression. A general form of Harmonic Progression is $\frac{1}{a_1}, \frac{1}{a_1+d}, \frac{1}{a_1+2d}, \cdots$, where $a_n=\frac{1}{a_1+(n-1)d}$