This is a C Program to find the sum of G.P series.

This C Program calculates the sum of G.P series.

This program is used to find the sum of the geometric progression series. Here G.P stands for geometric progression. A geometric progression, or GP, is a sequence where each new term after the ? rest is obtained by multiplying the preceding term by a constant r, called the common ratio. The formula used in this program are Tn = a * (r ^ (n – 1)). where Tn is the last term of a finite sequence. Sn = a(1 – r ^ n + 1) / (1 – r) where Sn is the sum of n terms.

Here is source code of the C Program to Find the the sum of G.P series. The C program is successfully compiled and run on a Linux system. The program output is also shown below.

/* * C Program to Find the Sum of G.P Series */ #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> int main() { float a, r, i, last_term, sum = 0; int n; printf("Enter the first term of the G.P. series: "); scanf("%f", &a); printf("Enter the total numbers in the G.P. series: "); scanf("%d", &n); printf("Enter the common ratio of G.P. series: "); scanf("%f", &r); sum = (a *(1 - pow(r, n + 1))) / (1 - r); last_term = a * pow(r, n - 1); printf("last_term term of G.P.: %f", last_term); printf("\n Sum of the G.P.: %f", sum); return 0; }

In this program, we are reading the first term of the G.P. series using ‘a’ variable and the total numbers in the G.P. Series using ‘n’ variable and the common ratio of G.P series using ‘r’ variable.

A geometric progression, or GP, is a sequence where each new term after the first is obtained by multiplying the preceding term by a constant r, called the common ratio. The formula used in this program is

Tn = (a *(1-pow(r, n +1)))/ (1- r).

Where, Tn is the last term of a finite sequence.

Sn = a *(1-pow(r, n -1))

Where, Sn is the sum of n terms.

Output: $ cc pgm22.c -lm $ a.out Enter the first term of the G.P. series: 3 Enter the total numbers in the G.P. series: 7 Enter the common ratio of G.P. series: 2 last_term term of G.P.: 192.000000 Sum of the G.P.: 765.000000

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