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I want help in the concept of algebric progression.
a(i)=b(i)+c(i)+.................n
I am unable to resolve it.
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 [May 14, 2012 5:48:42 AM] [Link]
pskinner

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 I want help in the concept of algebric progression.a(i)=b(i)+c(i)+.................nI am unable to resolve it.

I am unable to make sense of this question, because it is unclear what the terms a(i), b(i), c(i), and n refer to. Perhaps an actual problem with numbers (if those are the objects under consideration) would be easier to discuss. In particular, if this is a problem from a textbook, citing the actual problem would be helpful.
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Principal Skinner
 [May 14, 2012 12:09:02 PM] [Link]
martingaines

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Hiee Adam, did you got a perfect solution for solving your algebric expression???
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 [May 21, 2012 5:47:18 AM] [Link]
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