**Chapter 2 Sequences and Series Ex 2.3**

## Chapter 2 Sequences and Series Ex 2.3

**Question 1.Determine whether the sum to infinity of the following G.P.s exist, if exists find them.**

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**(v) 9, 8.1, 7.29, â€¦â€¦Solution:**
9, 8.1, 7.29, â€¦..

**Question 2.Express the following recurring decimals as rational numbers.**

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**Question 3.If the common ratio of a G.P. is 2/3 and the sum to infinity is 12, find the first term.Solution:**

**Question 4.If the first term of the G.P. is 6 and its sum to infinity is 96/17, find the common ratio.Solution:**
a = 6, sum to infinity = 96/17 â€¦..[Given]

Sum to infinity = a/1-r

**Question 5.The sum of an infinite G.P. is 5 and the sum of the squares of these terms is 15, find the G.P.Solution:**

Let the required G.P. be a, ar, , , â€¦..

Sum to infinity of this G.P. = 5

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**Question 7.The midpoints of the sides of a square of side 1 are joined to form a new square. This procedure is repeated indefinitely. Find the sum of(i) the areas of all the squares.(ii) the perimeters of all the squares.Solution:**

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âˆ´ Sum of the areas of all the squares

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and so on.

Sum of the perimeters of all the squares

**Question 8.A ball is dropped from a height of 10 m. It bounces to a height of 6m, then 3.6 m, and so on. Find the total distance travelled by the ball.Solution:**

Here, on the first bounce, the ball will go 6 m and it will return 6 m.

On the second bounce, the ball will go 3.6 m and it will return 3.6 m, and so on.

Given that, a ball is dropped from a height of 10 m.

âˆ´ Total distance travelled by the ball is = 10 + 2[6 + 3.6 + â€¦]

The terms 6, 3.6 â€¦ are in G.P.

a = 6, r = 0.6, |r| = |0.6| < 1

âˆ´ Sum to infinity exists.

âˆ´ Total distance travelled by the ball