# The first several members of an arithmetic progression-6 are written out; 1; 8... To find the 6th member of this progression

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Since the arithmetic progression differs on some number that we will find having taken away the first member from the second member we will find number d it equally to 7; 1-(-6) =7 and then the 6th member of a progression is equal to 30

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