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The Arithmetic Progression Two Terms Calculator will calculate:

This Arithmetic Progression Calculator is one of two specialist calculators designed to calculate arithmetic progression based on specific known criterea. The Arithmetic Progression Two Terms Calculator will calculate:

- The sum of the first n-terms of an arithmetic series when any two terms of the series are given.

You can also calculate the sum of the first n-terms of an arithmetic series when the first term and the common difference are given using this Arithmetic Progression Calculator

**Arithmetic Progression Two Terms Calculator Parameters:** The number of terms is a natural (counting) number.

The sum of the first n-terms of the arithmetic progression S_{n} is |

Arithmetic Progression Calculations and Formula |
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S_{n} = 2x_{p} + x_{q} - x_{p}/q - p ∙ (n - 2p + 1) ∙ n/2S _{n} = (2 × ) + - / - ∙ ( - (2 × ) + 1) ∙ /2S _{n} = + / ∙ ( - + 1) ∙ /2S _{n} = + ∙ ∙ /2S _{n} = ∙ /2S _{n} = /2S _{n} = |

Arithmetic Progression Two Terms Calculator Input Values |

The p^{th} term of the arithmetic progression (x_{p}) is |

The q^{th} term of the arithmetic progression (x_{q}) is |

The position of the p^{th} term in the sequence (p) is |

The position of the q^{th} term in the sequence (q) is |

The number of terms for which the sum is calculated (n) is |

Please note that the formula for each calculation along with detailed calculations is shown further below this page. As you enter the specific factors of each arithmetic progression two terms calculation, the Arithmetic Progression Two Terms Calculator will automatically calculate the results and update the formula elements with each element of the arithmetic progression two terms calculation. You can then email or print this arithmetic progression two terms calculation as required for later use.

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The Arithmetic Progression Two Terms Calculator has practical application and use in the following fields and disciplines

For a detailed theoretical description on the calculations and comprehension of this Arithmetic Progression Calculator please refer to the supporting documentation in our Arithmetic Progression Calculator for first term and common differences.

If you know two whatever terms of an arithmetic progression (and obviously the position they occupy in the sequence), you can calculate the sum of as many terms as you want just by inserting the two terms x_{p} and x_{q} (p < q), the positions p and q they occupy in the sequence (i.e. which terms are x_{p} and x_{q} in the sequence) and the number n of the terms you want to include in the sum calculation. Then, with just a click, you will obtain the desired result.

For example, in the arithmetic sequence 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, suppose you are given only x_{2} = 10 and x_{6} = 22 and nothing else (p = 2 and q = 6). The exercise may require finding the sum of the first 7 terms (n = 7). Using the formula given in the calculator, we obtain:

S_{n} = *[2x*_{p} + (*x*_{q} - x_{p}*/**q - p*) ∙ (n - 2p + 1)] ∙ n*/**2*

S_{7} = *[2 ∙ 10 + (**22 - 10**/**6 - 2*) ∙ (7 - 2 ∙ 2 + 1)] ∙ 7*/**2*

=*[2 ∙ 10 + (**22 - 10**/**6 - 2*) ∙ (7 - 2 ∙ 2 + 1)] ∙ 7*/**2*

=*[20 + (**12**/**4*)∙(7 - 4 + 1)] ∙ 7*/**2*

=*[20 + 3 ∙ 4] ∙ 7**/**2*

=*[20 + 12] ∙ 7**/**2*

=*32 ∙ 7**/**2*

= 112

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Proof:

7 + 10 + 13 + 16 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 17 + 13 + 16 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 30 + 16 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 46 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 65 + 22 + 25

= 87 + 25

= 112

= 17 + 13 + 16 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 30 + 16 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 46 + 19 + 22 + 25

= 65 + 22 + 25

= 87 + 25

= 112

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