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When the sum of the series, the number of terms, and one of the extremes are given, to find the other extreme. Divide twice the sum of the series by the number of terms, and from the quotient take the given extreme.
An elementary treatise on arithmetic, in theory and practice: adapted to the ... - Σελίδα 246
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...sum of the series, the number of terms, and one of the extremes are given, to find the other extreme. Divide twice the sum of the series by the number of...terms, and from the quotient take the given extreme. OBS. The reason of this rule is manifest from Art. 602. 8. If the sum of a series is 576, the number...

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A Practical Treatise on Algebra: Designed for the Use of Students in High ...

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...Therefore, having the last term, number of terms, and sum of the series, given to find the first term, we divide twice the sum of the series by the number of terms, and subtract the last term from the quotient. 17. Let the last term be 39, number of terms 19, and the...

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...the extremes. If from this we subtract the given extreme, the remainder must be the other extreme. RULE. — Divide twice the sum of the series by the number of terms; from the quotient take the given term, and the remainder will be the term required. EXAMPLES. 2. The...

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...the extremes. If from this we subtract the given extreme, the remainder must be the other extreme. RULE. — Divide twice the sum of the series by the number of terms; from the quotient take the given term, and the remainder wilt be the term required. EXAMPLES. 2. The...

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...the given extreme, and the remainder will be the required extreme* This will illustrate the RULE (4.) Divide twice the sum of the series by the number of terms, and from the quotient subtract the given extreme, and the remainder will le the req n Ired extreme. EXAMPLE. Given 5050,...