#### Question

Write the arithmetic progressions write the first term a and common difference d is as follows:

a = 4,d = -3

#### Solution

In the given problem, we are given its first term (*a*) and common difference (*d*).

We need to find the A.P

a = 4,d = -3

Now as a = 4

A.P would be represented by `a, a_1,a_2,a_3,a_4 ..........`

So,

`a_1 = a + d`

`a_1 = 4 + (-3)`

`a_1 = 1`

Similarly

`a_2 = a_1 + d`

`a_2 = 1 + (-3)`

`a_2= -2`

Also

`a_3 = a_2 + d`

`a_3 = -2 + (-3)`

`a_3 = -5`

Futher

`a_4 = a_3 + d`

`a_4 = -5 + (-3)`

`a_4 = -8`

Therefore, A.P with a= 4 and d = -3 is 4, 1, -2, -5 , -8......

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Solution Write the Arithmetic Progressions Write the First Term a and Common Difference D is as Follows: a = 4,D = -3 Concept: Arithmetic Progression.