Asked Jan 25, 2019

Find the sum of 2+4+6+8+.....+100


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Step 1

Since, for an arithematic progression series a1+a2+a3+…..+an, we have parameter values as follows:

Step 2

Thus, the first term, common difference, nth term and total number of terms in the given series are computed as follows:

Step 3

Consequently, the sum of the given s...


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