Q. 1 H3.7( 16 Votes )

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127, 132, 137, . . .

Here, the first term, a1 = 127

Second term, a2 = 132

a3 = 137

Now, common difference = a2 – a1 = 132 – 127 = 5

Also, a3 – a2 = 137 – 132 = 5

Since, the common difference is same.

Hence the terms are in Arithmetic progression with common difference, d = 5.

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