# NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 5 Arithmetic Progression Exercise 5.1

## NCERT Solutions Class 10 Maths Chapter 5 Arithmetic Progression Ex 5.1

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Exercise 5.1

1. In which of the following situations, does the list of numbers involved make as arithmetic progression and why?

1. The taxi fare after each km when the fare is Rs $15$ for the first km and Rs $8$ for each additional km.

Ans: Given the fare of first km is Rs.$15$ and the fare for each additional km is Rs. $8$. Hence,

Taxi fare for ${{1}^{st}}$ km is Rs. $15$.

Taxi fare for ${{2}^{nd}}$ km is Rs. $15+8=23$.

Taxi fare for ${{3}^{rd}}$ km is Rs. $23+8=31$.

Similarly, Taxi fare for ${{n}^{th}}$ km is Rs. $15+\left( n-1 \right)8$.

Therefore, we can conclude that the above list forms an A.P with common difference of $8$.

1. The amount of air present in a cylinder when a vacuum pump removes a quarter of the air remaining in the cylinder at a time.

Ans: Let the initial volume of air in a cylinder be $V$ liter. In each stroke, the vacuum pump removes $\dfrac{1}{4}$ of air remaining in the cylinder at a time. Hence,

Volume after ${{1}^{st}}$ stroke is $\dfrac{3V}{4}$.

Volume after ${{2}^{nd}}$ stroke is $\dfrac{3}{4}\left( \dfrac{3V}{4} \right)$.

Volume after ${{3}^{rd}}$ stroke is ${{\left( \dfrac{3}{4} \right)}^{2}}\left( \dfrac{3V}{4} \right)$.

Similarly, Volume after ${{n}^{th}}$ stroke is ${{\left( \dfrac{3}{4} \right)}^{n}}V$.

We can observe that the subsequent terms are not added with a constant digit but are being multiplied by $\dfrac{3}{4}$. Therefore, we can conclude that the above list does not forms an A.P.

1. The cost of digging a well after every meter of digging, when it costs Rs $150$ for the first meter and rises by Rs $50$ for each subsequent meter.

Ans: Given the cost of digging for the first meter is Rs.$150$ and the cost for each additional meter is Rs. $50$. Hence,

Cost of digging for ${{1}^{st}}$ meter is Rs. $150$.

Cost of digging for ${{2}^{nd}}$ meter is Rs. $150+50=200$.

Cost of digging for ${{3}^{rd}}$ meter is Rs. $200+50=250$.

Similarly, Cost of digging for ${{n}^{th}}$ meter is Rs. $150+\left( n-1 \right)50$.

Therefore, we can conclude that the above list forms an A.P with common difference of $50$.

1. The amount of money in the account every year, when Rs $\mathbf{10000}$ is deposited at compound interest at $\mathbf{8}\%$ per annum.

Ans: Given the principal amount is Rs.$\mathbf{10000}$ and the compound interest is $\mathbf{8}\%$ per annum. Hence,

Amount after ${{1}^{st}}$ year is Rs. $10000\left( 1+\dfrac{8}{100} \right)$.

Amount after ${{2}^{nd}}$ year is Rs. $10000{{\left( 1+\dfrac{8}{100} \right)}^{2}}$.

Amount after ${{3}^{rd}}$ year is Rs. $10000{{\left( 1+\dfrac{8}{100} \right)}^{3}}$.

Similarly, Amount after ${{n}^{th}}$ year is Rs. $10000{{\left( 1+\dfrac{8}{100} \right)}^{n}}$.

We can observe that the subsequent terms are not added with a constant digit but are being multiplied by $\left( 1+\dfrac{8}{100} \right)$. Therefore, we can conclude that the above list does not forms an A.P.

2. Write first four terms of the A.P. when the first term $a$ and the common difference $d$ are given as follows:

1.  $a=10,d=10$

Ans: We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(1)

Substituting $a=10,d=10$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=10+10\left( n-1 \right)=10n$ …..(2)

Therefore, from (2)

${{a}_{1}}=10$, ${{a}_{2}}=20$, ${{a}_{3}}=30$ and ${{a}_{4}}=40$.

1. $a=-2,d=0$

Ans: We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(1)

Substituting $a=-2,d=0$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=-2+0\left( n-1 \right)=-2$ …..(2)

Therefore, from (2)

${{a}_{1}}=-2$, ${{a}_{2}}=-2$, ${{a}_{3}}=-2$ and ${{a}_{4}}=-2$.

1. $a=4,d=-3$

Ans: We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(1)

Substituting $a=4,d=-3$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=4-3\left( n-1 \right)=7-3n$ …..(2)

Therefore, from (2)

${{a}_{1}}=4$, ${{a}_{2}}=1$, ${{a}_{3}}=-2$ and ${{a}_{4}}=-5$.

1. $a=-1\text{,}d=1/2$

Ans: We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(1)

Substituting $a=-1\text{,}d=1/2$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=-1+\dfrac{1}{2}\left( n-1 \right)=\dfrac{n-3}{2}$ …..(2)

Therefore, from (2)

${{a}_{1}}=-1$, ${{a}_{2}}=-\dfrac{1}{2}$, ${{a}_{3}}=0$ and ${{a}_{4}}=\dfrac{1}{2}$.

1. $a=-1.25,d=-0.25$

Ans: We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(1)

Substituting $a=-1.25,d=-0.25$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=-1.25-0.25\left( n-1 \right)=-1-0.25n$ …..(2)

Therefore, from (2)

${{a}_{1}}=-1.25$, ${{a}_{2}}=-1.5$, ${{a}_{3}}=-1.75$ and ${{a}_{4}}=-2$.

3. For the following A.P.s, write the first term and the common difference.

1. $\mathbf{3},\mathbf{1},-\mathbf{1},-\mathbf{3},...$

Ans: From the given AP, we can see that the first term is $3$.

The common difference is the difference between any two consecutive numbers of the A.P.

Common difference $=$ ${{2}^{nd}}\text{ }term-{{1}^{st}}\ term$

$\therefore$ Common difference $=$ $1-3=-2$.

1. $-5,-1,3,7,...$

Ans: From the given AP, we can see that the first term is $-5$.

The common difference is the difference between any two consecutive numbers of the A.P.

Common difference $=$ ${{2}^{nd}}\text{ }term-{{1}^{st}}\ term$

$\therefore$ Common difference $=$ $-1-\left( -5 \right)=4$.

1. $\dfrac{1}{3}\text{,}\dfrac{5}{3}\text{,}\dfrac{9}{3}\text{,}\dfrac{13}{3},...$

Ans: From the given AP, we can see that the first term is $\dfrac{1}{3}$.

The common difference is the difference between any two consecutive numbers of the A.P.

Common difference $=$ ${{2}^{nd}}\text{ }term-{{1}^{st}}\ term$

$\therefore$ Common difference $=$ $\dfrac{5}{3}-\dfrac{1}{3}=\dfrac{4}{3}$.

1. $0.6,1.7,2.8,3.9,...$

Ans: From the given AP, we can see that the first term is $0.6$.

The common difference is the difference between any two consecutive numbers of the A.P.

Common difference $=$ ${{2}^{nd}}\text{ }term-{{1}^{st}}\ term$

$\therefore$ Common difference $=$ $1.7-0.6=1.1$.

4. Which of the following are AP’s? If they form an AP, find the common difference $d$ and write three more terms.

1.  $\text{2,4,8,16}...$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=4-2=2$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=8-4=4$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=16-8=8$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is not equal.

Therefore, the given series does not form an A.P.

1. $\text{2,}\dfrac{5}{2}\text{,3,}\dfrac{7}{2}\text{,}...$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=\dfrac{5}{2}-2=\dfrac{1}{2}$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=3-\dfrac{5}{2}=\dfrac{1}{2}$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=\dfrac{7}{2}-3=\dfrac{1}{2}$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is equal.

Therefore, the given series form an A.P. with first term $2$ and common difference $\dfrac{1}{2}$.

We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(4)

Substituting $a=2,d=\dfrac{1}{2}$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=2+\dfrac{1}{2}\left( n-1 \right)=\dfrac{n+3}{2}$ …..(5)

Therefore, from (5)

${{a}_{5}}=4$, ${{a}_{6}}=\dfrac{9}{2}$ and ${{a}_{7}}=5$.

1. $1.2,3.2,5.2,7.2...$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=3.2-1.2=2$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=5.2-3.2=2$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=7.2-5.2=2$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is equal.

Therefore, the given series form an A.P. with first term $1.2$ and common difference $2$.

We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(4)

Substituting $a=1.2,d=2$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=1.2+2\left( n-1 \right)=2n-0.8$ …..(5)

Therefore, from (5)

${{a}_{5}}=9.2$, ${{a}_{6}}=11.2$ and ${{a}_{7}}=13.2$.

1. $-10,-6,-2,2,...$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=-6-\left( -10 \right)=4$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=-2-\left( -6 \right)=4$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=2-\left( -2 \right)=4$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is equal.

Therefore, the given series form an A.P. with first term $-10$ and common difference $4$.

We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(4)

Substituting $a=-10,d=4$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=-10+4\left( n-1 \right)=4n-14$ …..(5)

Therefore, from (5)

${{a}_{5}}=6$, ${{a}_{6}}=10$ and ${{a}_{7}}=14$.

1. $3,3+\sqrt{2},3+2\sqrt{2},3+3\sqrt{2},...$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=\left( 3+\sqrt{2} \right)-\left( 3 \right)=\sqrt{2}$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=\left( 3+2\sqrt{2} \right)-\left( 3+\sqrt{2} \right)=\sqrt{2}$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=\left( 3+3\sqrt{2} \right)-\left( 3+2\sqrt{2} \right)=\sqrt{2}$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is equal.

Therefore, the given series form an A.P. with first term $3$ and common difference $\sqrt{2}$.

We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(4)

Substituting $a=3,d=\sqrt{2}$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=3+\left( n-1 \right)\sqrt{2}$   …..(5)

Therefore, from (5)

${{a}_{5}}=3+4\sqrt{2}$, ${{a}_{6}}=3+5\sqrt{2}$ and ${{a}_{7}}=3+6\sqrt{2}$.

1. $\text{0}\text{.2,0}\text{.22,0}\text{.222,0}\text{.2222}.....$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=0.22-0.2=0.02$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=0.222-0.22=0.002$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=0.2222-0.222=0.0002$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is not equal.

Therefore, the given series does not form an A.P.

1. $0,-4,-8,-12....$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=-4-0=-4$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=-8-\left( -4 \right)=-4$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=-12-\left( -8 \right)=-4$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is equal.

Therefore, the given series form an A.P. with first term $0$ and common difference $-4$.

We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(4)

Substituting $a=0,d=-4$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=0-4\left( n-1 \right)=4-4n$ …..(5)

Therefore, from (5)

${{a}_{5}}=-16$, ${{a}_{6}}=-20$ and ${{a}_{7}}=-24$.

1. $-\dfrac{1}{2},-\dfrac{1}{2},-\dfrac{1}{2},-\dfrac{1}{2}....$

Ans: For the given series, let us check the difference between all consecutive terms and find if they are equal or not.

${{a}_{2}}-{{a}_{1}}=\left( -\dfrac{1}{2} \right)-\left( -\dfrac{1}{2} \right)=0$              …..(1)

${{a}_{3}}-{{a}_{2}}=\left( -\dfrac{1}{2} \right)-\left( -\dfrac{1}{2} \right)=0$              …..(2)

${{a}_{4}}-{{a}_{3}}=\left( -\dfrac{1}{2} \right)-\left( -\dfrac{1}{2} \right)=0$              …..(3)

From (1), (2), and (3) we can see that the difference between all consecutive terms is equal.

Therefore, the given series form an A.P. with first term $-\dfrac{1}{2}$ and common difference $0$.

We know that the ${{n}^{th}}$ term of the A.P. with first term $a$ and common difference $d$ is given by ${{a}_{n}}=a+\left( n-1 \right)d$       …..(4)

Substituting $a=-\dfrac{1}{2},d=0$ in (1) we get, ${{a}_{n}}=-\dfrac{1}{2}+0\left( n-1 \right)=-\dfrac{1}{2}$ …..(5)

Therefore, from (5)

${{a}_{5}}=-\dfrac{1}{2}$, ${{a}_{6}}=-\dfrac{1}{2}$ and ${{a}_{7}}=-\dfrac{1}{2}$.

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Exercise 5.1 of NCERT Solutions Class 10 Maths is mainly based on the basic understanding of arithmetic progression. Below are the important points we will learn from this chapter:

• An arithmetic progression can be defined as a sequence of numbers where we can get each term by adding a fixed value to the preceding term, leaving aside the first term. The examples of sequences present in this chapter will help the students identify what the different number patterns look like.

• The concepts like ‘term,’ ‘common difference,’ etc. in the arithmetic progression are also explained in this chapter. The ‘common difference’ is the fixed value or the number in a sequence of numbers; the value can be positive, negative, or zero.

• The general form of an arithmetic progression is given below:

a, a + x, a + 2x, a + 3x, . . .

where ‘x’ is the common difference.

• The difference between the finite and infinite arithmetic progression is also explained in this chapter. A finite arithmetic progression has the last term whereas an infinite arithmetic progression does not have the last term.

These exercise questions consist of identifying sequences that are in arithmetic progression, the first few terms of arithmetic progression for the given first term, common difference, and vice versa.

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Arithmetic progression is a very important concept in Mathematics and Statistics and to some extent, it is used in almost every academic field. It is frequently used in many diverse fields such as economics, history, and anthropology. It can also be applied in real life by analysing a certain pattern, for example, in straight line depreciation. A perfect real-life application of arithmetic progression is seen when someone takes a taxi ride. Once you ride a taxi, you will be charged an initial amount, and then for every kilometre, a certain fixed amount will be charged.

### NCERT Solution Class 10 Maths Chapter 5 - Arithmetic Progressions Exercises

 Chapter 5 - Arithmetic Progressions Exercises in PDF Format Exercise 5.2 20 Questions & Solutions (10 Short Answers, 10 Long Answers) Exercise 5.3 20 Questions & Solutions (7 Short Answer, 13 Long Answers) Exercise 5.4 5 Questions & Solutions (5 Long Answers)

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Class 10 maths paper is divided into four sections- Section A, B, C, and D. The paper is designed to test both mathematical and application-based knowledge in students. The types of questions students will find in their question paper are:

 Section Marks Very Short Answer Type Questions 20 questions x 1 mark each Short Answer Type I Questions 6 questions x 2 marks each Short Answer Type II Questions 8 questions x 3 marks each Long Answer Type Questions 6 questions x 4 marks each

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## FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 5 Arithmetic Progression Exercise 5.1

1. What are Some of the Important Concepts of the Chapter Arithmetic Progression?

Ans: Arithmetic progression is a sequence of numbers where the difference between two consecutive numbers is the same. This difference between two consecutive terms is called the common difference. As long as the sequence or series of numbers follow this rule they are said to be in an AP.

An AP can be commonly written as:

a, a + d, a + 2d, a + 3d, a + 4d, ......, a + (n - 1)d.

If the first term a and the common difference d of an AP is known we can find the value of the nth or any term of an AP  easily.

an = a + (n - 1)d

The sum of the AP can be calculated using the formula:

S = n/2(2a + (n - 1)d)

2. How can the Sum of an AP be Calculated? Derive the Formula Mathematically for the Same.

Ans: The sum of an AP is the sum of each term of the AP. The summation of each term of an AP can be tiresome in longer progressions. Also, the APs with a negative common difference, finding the sum of AP can be tricky. The sum of the AP can be calculated using the following formula:

S = n/2(2a + (n - 1)d)

Derivation:

Sn = a1 + (a1 + d) + (a1 + 2d) + .... (a1 + (n - 1)d). (i)

Sn = an + (an - d) + (an - 2d) + ...(an - (n - 1)d). (ii)

Adding both the equations and solving,

2Sn = n(a1 + an)

an = a1 + (n - 1)d

2Sn = n(a1 + a1 + (n - 1)d)

2Sn = n(2a1 + (n - 1)d)

S = n/2(2a1 + (n - 1)d)

The formula for sum of AP can be written as:

S = n/2(2a + (n - 1)d)

3. How many examples and questions are there in Exercise 5.1 of Chapter 5 of Class 10 Maths?

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