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Geometric Progression(GP): Formulae based
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Geometric Progression(GP): Formulae based
Last updated at May 29, 2023 by Teachoo
Ex 8.2,6 For what values of x, the numbers (β2)/7, x, (β7)/2 are in G.P? Since (β2)/7, x, (β7)/2 are in GP So common ratio will be same Common ratio (r) = (ππππππ π‘πππ )/(πΉπππ π‘ π‘πππ) = π₯/((β2)/7) = 7π₯/(β2) Also, Common ratio (r) = (πβπππ π‘πππ )/(ππππππ π‘πππ) = ((β7)/2)/π₯ = (β7)/2π₯ From (1) & (2) 7π₯/(β2) = (β7)/2π₯ 7x Γ 2x = (-7) Γ (-2) 14x2 = 14 x2 = 14/14 x2 = 1 x = Β± β1 x = Β±1 So, x = 1 or x = -1 GP is (β2)/7, x, (β7)/2 For x = 1, GP is (β2)/7, 1, (β7)/2 For x = β1, GP is (β2)/7, β1, (β7)/2 Hence possible numbers in GP are (β2)/7, 1, (β7)/2 or (β2)/7, β1, (β7)/2