﻿ Let a, b, c be distinct real numbers which are in G.P. If ∈ R is such that a + x, b + x, c + x, are in H.P., then x equals   : Kaysons Education

# Let A, B, C Be Distinct Real Numbers Which Are In G.P. If ∈ R is Such That A + x, b + X, c + x, are In H.P., Then x equals

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Correct option is

b

As a, b, c are distinct and are in G.P., a, b, c, cannot be in A.P.

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