# BITSAT Mathematics Sequences and Series MCQs

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## MCQ for BITSAT Mathematics Sequences and Series

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### Sequences and Series MCQ Questions with Answers

#### Question: If A, B, C are the angles of a triangle and eiA,eiB,eiC are in A.P. Then the triangle must be

• a) Right angled
• b) Isosceles
• c) Equilateral
• d) None of these

#### where p, q, t and s are constants, then the value of s is equal to

• a) • b) • c) • d)  • a) 960 m
• b) 1000 m
• c) 1080 m
• d) Infinite

• a) 1
• b) 2
• c) 3/2
• d) 5/2

#### Question: The fourth term of an A.P. is three times of the first term and the seventh term exceeds the twice of the third term by one, then the common difference of the progression is

• a) 2
• b) 3
• c) • d) -1

#### Question: The sum to n terms of the series __________ is

• a) n – 1 – 2– n
• b) 1
• c) n – 1 + 2– n
• d) 1 + 2– n

Answer: n – 1 + 2– n

#### Question: If log a, log b, and log c are in A.P. and also log a– log 2b, log 2b – log 3c, log 3c – log a are in A.P., then

• a) a, b, c, are in H.P
• b) a, 2b, 3c are in A.P.
• c) a, b, c are the sides of a triangle
• d) None of these

Answer: a, b, c are the sides of a triangle

#### Question: upto n terms is

• a) • b) • c) • d) None of these • a) -1
• b) 1
• c) -i
• d) i

#### ____ upto n terms is

• a) • b) • c) • d)  #### Question: If binomial coefficients of three consecutive terms of (1 + x)n are in HP, then the maximum value of n is

• a) 1
• b) 2
• c) 0
• d) None of these

#### Question: If the (2p)th term of a H.P. is q and the (2q)th term is p, then the 2(p + q)th term is-

• a) • b) • c) • d)  #### Question: If are A. P., then  is equal to

• a) • b) • c) • d) None of these #### Question: The product of n positive numbers is unity, then their sum is :

• a) A positive integer
• b) Divisible by n
• c) • d) Never less than n

#### Question: Let Tr be the rth term of an A.P. for r = 1, 2, 3, .... If for some positive integers m, n we have and then Tmn equals

• a) • b) • c) 1
• d) 0

#### Question: If x is positive then the sum to infinity of the series ........... ∞ is

• a) 1/2
• b) • c) • d) • a) 2
• b) 0
• c) 4
• d) 8

• a) 10
• b) 12
• c) 11
• d) 13

• a) 14
• b) 24
• c) 10
• d) 20

• a) 12
• b) 13
• c) 14
• d) 15

• a) 1
• b) 2
• c) 3
• d) 4

#### Question: Find the geometric mean of numbers 7, 72, 73,.......,7n

• a) • b) • c) • d)  • a) 178090
• b) 168090
• c) 188090
• d) 190090

#### Question: The sum of infinite terms of the geometric progression ............is

• a) √2( √2 +1)2
• b) ( √2 +1)2
• c) 5 √2
• d) 3 √2 + √5

#### Question: If the non-zero numbers x, y, z are in A. P. and tan –1x, tan –1y, tan –1 z are in A. P. then

• a) x = y = z
• b) y = zx
• c) x = yz
• d) z = xy

Answer: x = y = z

• a) -5 √2
• b) 5 √2
• c) 10 √2
• d) -10 √2

• a) 6
• b) 12
• c) 10
• d) 8

• a) 10
• b) 12
• c) 11
• d) 13

• a) 14
• b) 24
• c) 10
• d) 20

• a) 12
• b) 13
• c) 14
• d) 15