# If the $n^{th}$ term of an AP is $\frac{3+n}{4}$, then find its $8^{th}$ term.

**Given:** $n^{th}$ term of an AP is $\frac{3+n}{4}$

**To do: **To find its $8^{th}$ term.

**Solution:**

If $n^{th}$ term is $\frac{3+n}{4}$

$\therefore 8^{th}\ term=\frac{3+n}{4}$

$=\frac{3+8}{4}$

$=\frac{11}{4}$

Thus, $8^{th}$ term of the A.P. is $\frac{11}{4}$.

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