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    What are HP and GP.

    With examples please.
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    Hello Satyajith
    Quote Originally Posted by Satyajith View Post
    What are HP and GP.

    With examples please !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I don't know if you mean AP and GP. If so, they stand for Arithmetic Progression and Geometric Progression, respectively.

    You'll find some notes and a couple of simple examples on this page.

    I'm sure you can find further examples if you search for these expressions on Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satyajith View Post
    What are HP and GP.

    With examples please.
    Since you posted in the Probability and Statistics subforum, I hope these terms, whatever they might mean, are relevant to this subforum ....

    (Have you looked in your classnotes and textbook or asked your instructor?)
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    I suppose HP might stand for Harmonic Progression, although I have never seen that usage. If so, see

    Harmonic progression (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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