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5535115 Addition Mathematic Form 5 Progression Module 1

# 5535115 Addition Mathematic Form 5 Progression Module 1

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MODULE 1
ARITHMETIC PROGRESSION
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JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI PULAU PINANG

1 Identify characteristics of arithmetic progression 1.4 Find a) The sum of the first n terms of arithmetic progressions b) The sum of a specific number of consecutive terms of arithmetic progressions c) The value of n .5 Solve problems involving arithmetic progressions 7 SPM QUESTIONS ASSESSMENT 8-10 11-12 2 . 6 1.2 Determine whether a given sequence is an arithmetic progression 1.CHAPTER 1: ARITHMETIC PROGRESSION CONTENTS 1. given the sum of the first n terms of arithmetic progressions.3 Determine by using formula: a) specific terms in arithmetic progressions b) the number of terms in arithmetic progressions 3 PAGE 2 4-5 1.

14 . 17 3 .ANSWERS 13 PROGRESSIONS ( Arithmetic Progression) ARITHMETIC PROGRESSION The nth term : Tn = ___________ or Tn = ___________ The sum of the first n term: Sn = ______________ or Sn = ______________ a = _______________ d = _______________ l = _______________ n = _______________ Fill in the blank 1. _____ . 8 . ______ .1 Identify characteristics of arithmetic progression: EXERCISE 1: Complete each of the sequence below to form an arithmetic progression. a) 2.

Note: If x. -20 . 23 . ______ .find the value of k. __________ . 2x + 5 1.8 are the first three terms of an arithmetic progression.2 Determine whether a given sequence is an arithmetic progression EXERCISE 2 : 1. 6x -3y . Find the value of x. 9 .2 2 d) 2x -3 .y and z are three terms of an arithmetic progression .5 x. 3 y  3 and 5y+1 . 11 . Given that the first three terms of an arithmetic progression are 2 y. Find the value of y. -5 . a) b) c) d) 2. Given that x 2 . 4 . ……… ( ____________________ ) ( ____________________ ) ( ____________________ ) 2x + y . …… ( ____________________ ) k +3 . -30 . 4 . 7 x  4 are three consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression W here x has a positive value. ………. 4x – y . ______ . 5 .. 17 . -35 . -11 . 2k + 6 . . 4.b) -2 . Determine whether a given sequence below is an arithmetic progression. -50 . ………. ______ . 2x -1 . 1 . ________ 1 c) -4. 16 . y–x=z-y 3. __________ .

1. 2. 4. 2. For the arithmetic progression 0.. . …… Find the 10th term. specific terms in arithmetic progressions b.7.…. 3k+2. 8 . …. 2k + 1.. 6 .1 . Find the 9th term of the arithmetic progression. 5 .9. 9+4x..... 2 2.5.. 3... Find the nth term of the arithmetic progression 1 4. 2 5. 9+2x.. Find the 7th term of arithmetic progression k. 2. Solution: a=2 d = 5-2=3 T9  2  (9  1)3 = _______ 3.. 5 3. Find the 11th term of the arithmetic progression... 6. . 5 .3 Determine by using formula: a. Given that arithmetic progression 9 +6x . …..find the 5th term . the number of terms in arithmetic progressions Tn  a  (n  1)d EXERCISE 3: 1.. 4k+3.

EXERCISE 4: 6 .

Find the first negative term in the progression. 11 .. ……. -127 2..64 Tn  64 4 + (n-1)5=64 4+ 5n-5 =64 5n=65 n= 13 b) -2. …..5a  4b. x  y. 1 1 1 c) 1.….1 .. -7...9. .1 . 4 6 3 2 d) x  y... Which term is equal to 320 ? 3... is an arithmetic progression... 8 ..1. The sequence 121 . -12. For the arithmetic progression 5 .3a  3b. 7 . x  31 y 4. 23a  13b 1... x  3 y. 111 ....... ……. Find the number of terms of the arithmetic progression a) 4...14.. Find the number of terms of the arithmetic progression a  2b.4 Find a) the sum of the first n terms of arithmetic progressions.. 116 .

8 . 13 .5 Solve problems involving arithmetic progressions. c) the value of n . -4. 31 . ….18 . given the sum of the first n terms of arithmetic progressions.. Find the sum of the first 12 terms of the arithmetic progression -10 . -7 . Find the sum of all the terms of the arithmetic progression 38 . 6 . Solution: Sum of all the terms from the 6th term to the 14th = S14  S5 = = 1. 1 . -18 3. or n  2a   n  1 d  2 n Sn =  a+ l  2 l= the n th term Sn  EXERCISE 5: 1. …… must be taken the terms from the 6th term to the 14th for the sum to be equal to 1575? term. 24 . EXERCISE 6: 8 . For the arithmetic progression 4. How many terms of the arithmetic -4 .find the sum of all 2. …… 2. …….b) the sum of a specific number of consecutive terms of arithmetic progressions.

.(1) T9  16 a+(9-1)d=16 a+8d=16 . b) the sum of 10 terms beginning from the 12th term.....1.. 2. The sum of the first n terms is given 2 by S n  6n  3n Find a) the nth term in terms of n b) the common difference SPM QUESTIONS: 9 ..(2) Solve simultaneous equation to find the value of a and d. The 5th and 9th of arithmetic progression are 4 and 16 respectively. The sum of the first 6 terms of an arithmetic progression is 39 and the sum of the next 6 terms is -69. 3. Solution: T5  4 a  (5  1)d  4 a  4d  4 .. The 2nd and 8th terms of an arithmetic progression are -9 and 3 respectively. Find a) the first term and the comman difference. Find the 15th term. then the 15th term. 4. Find a) the first term and the common difference b) the sum of all the terms from the 15th term to the 25th term...

7) The first three terms of an arithmetic progression are k  3. 2k  2 Find a) the value of k  3 marks  b) the sum of the first 9 terms of the progression 2. k  3. 2003: Paper 1: (no. 2004: Paper 1: ( no 10) Given an arithmetic progression -7. . 11) 10 .1. Paper 1: ( no. 1. …. state three consecutive terms in this  3 marks  progression which sum up to 75 3. -3.

13 Find a) the common difference of the progression b) the sum of the first 20 terms after the 3rd term. Calculate the volume . 9. 10 litres of water is added to the tank everyday.  2 marks 4. 2005: Paper 1: (no. in litres . 11) The first three terms of an arithmetic progression are 5. Subsequently. of water in the tank at the end of the 7th day. Paper 2 : ( Section A no.3) 11 .  4 marks 5.The volume of water in a tank is 450 litres on the first day.

Find 12 . Calculate a) the height .-7. in cm. [ 3 marks ] ASSESSMENT: 1. the number of bricks is 2 less than in the row below.-10. For each of the rows. The height of each bricks is 6 cm. of the wall [ 3 marks ] b) the total price of the bricks used if the price of one brick is 40 sen.……. The number of bricks in the highest row is 4.131 is an arithmetic progression.Diagram 1 shows part of an arrangement of bricks of equal size. Ali builds a wall by arranging bricks in this way. Diagram 1 The number of bricks in the lowest row is 100. The sequence -13.128.

2. Find the common difference.a) the number of terms in the progression b) the sum of all the terms in the progression. Given that k-1 . Calculate how many months it will take to repay a debt of RM5800 by monthly payment of RM100 initially with an increase of RM20 for each month after that. 3. The 4th of an arithmetic progression is 18 and the sum of the first eight terms 13 . 2k – 4 and k +5 are the first three terms of arithmetic progression. 4.

of the progression is 124. Find a) the first term and the common difference b) the sum of all the terms from the 10th term to the 20th term. Find the first term and the common difference. 5. Sum of the first ten of the arithmetic progression is 230 and sum of ten terms after that is 830. ANSWERS: 14 .

a) Tn=12n-3 b) d=12 PAST YEAR QUESTION: 1. d= -3 b) -473 4. a) a=14 .2 b) 200 3. T10  29. a) 33. 78 2. a) 13 b) 26 c) 22 d) 45 2. 7k+6 6. y = 5 EXERCISE 4: 1. T7  510 4. a) 294 b) RM1019. 6. T10  9  12 x EXERCISE 5: 1.2x+3 EXERCISE 3: 1. a) 4 b) 1100 5. T8  21 3. Tn   5n  3 2 5.20 15 . 26 2. a) -11.3 1 4. T106 3. 369 4.11 b) -8. 4. k   3 3.6 EXERCISE 2: 1. a) 49 b) 2891 2. a) k=7 b) S9  252 2.-5 b) -407 5. 1 2 d) 2x+1. -2 3. 3 3. 90 3. 34 2. T9  25.EXERCISE 1: a) 5. T26  4 4. a) Arithmetic progression b) Not an arithmetic progression c) Not an arithmetic progression d) Arithmetic progression 1 2. 12 EXERCISE 6: 1. 40 ASSESSMENT: 1. 20 4. x = 4 4.-14 1 c) 2 .

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