Answer :

Let the arithmetic progression be a1, a2, a3, a4 ……. So here
a2 – a1 =

a3 – a2 =
a4 – a3 =
For each term difference is same . So this sequence is an arithmetic progression and its common difference is d = . Next four terms are :
a5 = a4 + d =
a6 = a5 + d =
a7 = a6 + d =
a8 = a7 + d =


Hence, Yes, Next four terms are .


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