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# Harmonic Progressions Questions and Answers

**Harmonic Progression Questions and Answers in Aptitude**

Harmonic Progression Questions and Answers are provided on this page for students to practice and get an idea how this topic is asked in the exam.
Definition of HP
A Harmonic progression is a kind of sequence of real numbers made after procuring the reciprocal of the arithmetic progression.

### General form of Harmonic Progression:

It is also a classification of real numbers in a way that any term in the order is the harmonic mean of its two fellow numbers.

Furthermore, if the converse of a sequence follows the rule of an arithmetic progression, then it is known as the harmonic progression.

It basically means that if a, a+d, a+2d, and so on is an A.P. then \frac{1}{a}, \frac{1}{(a+d)}, \frac{1}{(a+2d)}, and so on is known as H.P.

Key Points:

- The terms of a harmonic progression are always positive and non-zero. This is because the reciprocals of the terms must be defined, and division by zero is undefined.
- Unlike arithmetic and geometric progressions, harmonic progressions do not have a finite sum. The sum of the terms of a harmonic progression diverges, meaning it approaches infinity as you add more terms.

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