# What Happens If Common Difference Between Two Arithmetic Sequences is Same?

What Happens If Common Difference Between Two Arithmetic Sequences is Same?

In previous lesson we learned to solve the problems based nth term of an arithmetic progression. I hope now you are good in that topic too.

Now in this video lesson we are going to learn the “What Happens If Common Difference Between Two Arithmetic Sequences is Same?”

Well today we will get an interesting result after watching this video. And the result will help you to solve such problems even orally. That will really help you in MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) related problems of Arithmetic progression in various examination.

So did you take your pen and notebook.

So, Let’s start our lesson.

How was it dear?

What we get the result?

If two A.P. have same common difference then Difference of any term is equal to difference of their First term.

If difference of first terms of two arithmetic progression is suppose “M” (or let “25”) then difference between any term like 32th or difference of 1000^{th} term or difference of 222th term etc. of those two whose common difference is same will be constant that is “M” (or “25” ).

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