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# Important MCQ Questions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 5 Arithmetic Progression

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Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 21:

If p, q, r and s are in AP, then r – p is equal to

Option A : s – p

Option B : s – q

Option C : s – r

Option D : None of these

Option C : s – r

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 22:

The (n – 1)th term of an AP is given by 7, 12, 17, 22, … is

Option A : 5n + 2

Option B : 5n + 3

Option C : 5n – 5

Option D : 5n – 3

Option D : 5n – 3

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 23:

The sum of all two digit odd numbers is

Option A : 2575

Option B : 2475

Option C : 2524

Option D : 2425

Option B : 2475

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 24:

If the numbers (n – 2), (4n – 1) and (5n + 2) are in an AP, then find the value of n.

Option A : 1

Option B : 2

Option C : -1

Option D : -2

Option C : -1

Important MCQ Questions of Real Numbers Class 10 Question No 25:

Find the number of terms in the AP: 20, 25, 30, …, 140.

Option A : 22

Option B : 25

Option C : 23

Option D : 24

Option B : 25

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 26:

In an AP, 8th term and 12th terms are 39 and 59. Then, its first term AP is

Option A : 5

Option B : 6

Option C : 4

Option D : 3

Option C : 4

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 27:

If first term and third term of an AP are 5 and 15 respectively, then find the sum of first 16 term of the AP.

Option A : 600

Option B : 640

Option C : 680

Option D : 690

Option C : 680

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 28:

In an AP, 7th and 21st terms are 6 and -22 respectively. Find 26th term.

Option A : -34

Option B : -32

Option C : -12

Option D : -16

Option B : -32

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 29:

If the first term of an AP is 22 and the last of the AP is -11 and the sum of all terms is 66, then find the number of terms in the AP.

Option A : 10

Option B : 12

Option C : 9

Option D : 8

Option B : 12

Important MCQ Questions of Arithmetic Progression Class 10 Question No 30:

The 2nd and 8th term of an AP are 17 and -1 respectively. Find the 14th term of the AP.

Option A : -22

Option B : -25

Option C : -19

Option D : -28

Option C : -19

CBSE Class 10 Maths Chapterwise MCQs
1 : Real Numbers MCQ
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2 : Polynomials MCQ
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3 : Linear Equations MCQ
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5 : Arithmetic Progression MCQ
| 1 to 10 | 11 to 20 | 21 to 30 | 31 to 40 | 41 to 50
6 : Triangles MCQ
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7 : Coordinate Geometry MCQ
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8 : Introduction to Trigonometry MCQ
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9 : Application of Trigonometry MCQ
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10 : Circles MCQ
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11 : Constructions MCQ
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12 : Area Related to Circles MCQ
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13 : Surface Area & Volume MCQ
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14 : Statistics MCQ
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15 : Probability MCQ
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