# Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1

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**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 1**

In an AP, 11th term is 5 and 5th term is 11. The 16^{th} term of the AP is

**Options:**

A. 0

B. 16

C. 11

D. 15

**Answer: A**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 2**

If 13 + 28 + 43 + … to n terms = 68210, then the value of n is

**Options:**

A. 86

B. 64

C. 95

D. 73

**Answer: C**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 3**

If x, y, z and t are consecutive terms in an arithmetic progression, then the value of (t^{2} – x^{2})/(z^{2} – y^{2}) is ( z^{2} – y^{2} is not equal to zero.)

**Options:**

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

**Answer: A**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 4**

In an AP, 4th term is 7 and 8th term is 15. The value of 10th term of the AP is

**Options:**

A. 18

B. 19

C. 20

D. 21

**Answer: B**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 5**

In an AP, 4th term is 11 and 7th term is 20. The value of sum of 5th term of the AP is

**Options:**

A. 20

B. 30

C. 40

D. 50

**Answer: C**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 6**

The sum of the first 20 terms of an AP is identical to the sum of the first 22 terms. If the common difference is −2, find the first term

**Options:**

A. 23

B. 35

C. 41

D. 62

**Answer: C**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 7**

If the sum of the AP 10, 15, 20, 25, … to n terms is 1045, then the value of nth term is

**Options:**

A. 100

B. 102

C. 104

D. 106

**Answer: A**

**Arithmetic Progression Question and Answer Set 1: Ques No 8**

The number of terms of the arithmetic progression 2, 8, 14, 20, … required to give a sum of 660 is

**Options:**

A. 13

B. 14

C. 15

D. 16

**Answer: C**