## Find Pth term of a GP if Mth and Nth terms are given

Given Mth and Nth term of a Geometric progression. Find its Pth term. Examples: Input: m = 10, n = 5, mth = 2560, nth… Read More »

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- Find Pth term of a GP if Mth and Nth terms are given
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Given Mth and Nth term of a Geometric progression. Find its Pth term. Examples: Input: m = 10, n = 5, mth = 2560, nth… Read More »

A sequence of numbers is called a Geometric progression if the ratio of any two consecutive terms is always same. In simple terms, it means… Read More »

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Given a series and a number n, the task is to find the sum of its first n terms. Below is the series: 2, 5,… Read More »

Given a square having a side of length L. Another square form inside the first square by joining midpoint of the side of the first… Read More »

Given a series and a number n, the task is to find the sum of its first n terms. Below is the series: 3, 6,… Read More »

Given a set of numbers, find the Length of the Longest Geometrix Progression (LLGP) in it. The common ratio of GP must be an integer.… Read More »

Progressions (or Sequences and Series) are numbers arranged in a particular order such that they form a predictable order. By predictable order, we mean that… Read More »