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Alphabetically if it is to arrange the department in ascending order it will look like this; Accounting,Business administration,Economics,Political science,Public administration,Sociology.Assuming those above mentioned departments are in AP,where Accounting Department is represented by 27,Business administration is represented by 24,if many departments are represented by 21,Political science is represented by 18,Public administration is represented by 15 and lastly sociology is represented with 12.
a-Find the common difference in which they assume AP
b-Assuming there 58 departments within Basug and it is all within the AP find the 45th term of the AP

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Alphabetically if it is to arrange the department in ascending order it will look like this; Accounting,Business administration,Economics,Political science,Public administration,Sociology.Assuming those above mentioned departments are in AP,where Accounting Department is represented by 27,Business administration is represented by 24,if many departments are represented by 21,Political science is represented by 18,Public administration is represented by 15 and lastly sociology is represented with 12.
a-Find the common difference in which they assume AP
b-Assuming there 58 departments within Basug and it is all within the AP find the 45th term of the AP

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