# Show that the sum of an arithmetic series whose first term is a, second term b and the last is c is equal to First term = a

Common difference = (b–a)

Last term = c

c = a + (n–1)(b–a)

(n–1) = (c–a) / (b–a)

n = (b + c 2a) /( b – a)

Sum of terms = Sum of terms = Hence proved.

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