# Posts by Watermelon

Total # Posts: 11

**GP Calculus**

Muthu started working at a company on 1 January 2002 with an initial annual salary of RM18,000. Every January, the company increased his salary by 5% of the previous year's salary. Calculate a)his annual salary, to the nearest RM, for the year 2007. b)the minimum value of ...

*December 29, 2011*

**AP calculus**

The consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression are 5-x, 8, 2x. Find the common difference of the progression.

*December 3, 2011*

**GP Caluculus**

The third term of a geometric progression is 16. The sum of the third term and the fourth term is 8.Find (a)the first term and the common ratio of the progression. (b)the sum of infinity of the progression.

*December 1, 2011*

**GP Caluculus**

The third term of a geometric progression is 16. The sum of the third term and the fouth term is 8. Find (a)the first term and the common ration of the progression (b)the sum of infinity of the progression

*December 1, 2011*

**GP Caluculus**

this is not arithmetic progression = =

*December 1, 2011*

**GP Caluculus**

The third term of a geometric progression is 16. The sum of the third term and the fouth term is 8. Find (a)the first term and the common ration of the progression (b)the sum of infinity of the progression

*December 1, 2011*

**AP Calculus**

The 9th term of an arithmetic progression is 4+5p and the sum of the four terms of the progression is 7p-10, where p is a constant. Given that common difference of the progression is 5, find the value of p.

*November 30, 2011*

**AP calculus**

Given an arithmetic progression -7,-3,1,..., state three consecutive terms in this progression which sum up to 75.

*November 24, 2011*

**AP calculus**

Given an arithmetic progression -7,-3,1,..., state three consecutive terms in this progression which sum up to 75.

*November 24, 2011*

**AP calculus**

The sixth term of an Arithmetic Progression is 23 and the sum of the six terms is 78. Find the first term and the common difference.

*November 24, 2011*

**AP Calculus**

A piece of wire of length 246cm is cut into 12 parts whose length are in an A.P. Given that the sum of four shortest parts is 34cm, find the length of the longest part.

*November 12, 2011*

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