PS: Please provide solution i dont have answer...

]]>PS: Please provide solution i dont have answer...

]]>i feel something is missing in question can u give the printed question. please. ]]>

first doubt is what is A(2)

is it second term or is it sum of first two terms

is it A$_{1}$ or A(1)

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SUM= A(1)+A(2)+..

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it is like a$_{1}$, a$_{2}$ and so on ]]>

are u sure instead of n-2,n+1, n

is it n-1, n+1, n or sole three consecutive terms? ]]>

most probably question is wrong. ]]>

not able to . becz terms should be mostly consecutive. else cancellations not occuring

i cud get a1003+ a1004=-2003. ]]>

is it iit level or do we need to think with IMO level concepts?

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It was also asked on a therad on FIITJEE's site same copy paste question ]]>

try manipulating with the terms 100 1001 1002 1003 ]]>

..someone verify if they are getting too

@ashish-deo-singh

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@Yash-Kapoor

@tushar-rathore

please share solution🙏🏼 ]]>

What ap are u talking.how is this in ap?

FoR AP consecutive terms difference should be same.

Admin please see that people dont waste time on frivioulous questions. ]]>

Let a sequence be 1,2,3,4 ..put this value in the relation you will find them coming equal and we know the sequence is an AP and the relation is also holding true for that ]]>

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it is not AP. checkimg for few terms do not guarantee, that something is true for all value. ]]>