# Write the arithmetic progression when first term a and common difference d are as follows:$a = 4, d = -3$

**Given:**

$a = 4, d = -3$

To do:

We have to write the arithmetic progression formed by the given first term and common difference.

**Solution:**

First term $a_1=a=4$

Second term $a_2=a_1+d=4+(-3)=4-3=1$

Third term $a_3=a_2+d=1+(-3)=1-3=-2$

Fourth term $a_4=a_3+d=-2+(-3)=-2-3=-5$

**Therefore, the arithmetic progression so formed is $4, 1, -2, -5, .......$.**

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