# Find nth term of Harmonic Sequence a = 5, n=6, and d=4

**Created By :** Abhinandan Kumar

**Reviewed By :** Phani Ponnapalli

**Last Updated :** Mar 23, 2023

Free **Harmonic Sequence Calculator** finds the nth term of harmonic sequence when a = 5, n=6, and d=4 in a fraction of seconds.

## 6th Term of Harmonic Sequence a = 5, n=6, and d=4 is 0.04

Steps to find nth term of harmonic sequence:

**nth term of harmonic sequence formula:-**

a_{n} = `1/(a + (n-1) *d )`

**where:**

- a
_{n}is the nth term - a is first term
- n is total number of terms
- d is common difference

**Input values are:-**

a = 5

n = 6

d = 4

**Put values into formula**

a_{6} = `1/(a + (n-1) *d )`

a_{6} =`1/(5 + (6-1) *4 )`

**a _{6} = 0.04**

Go through the detailed steps to calculate the nth term of harmonic sequence when a = 5, n=6, and d=4.

- Note down the input values such as a = 5, n=6, and d=4
- Substitute the values in the nth term of harmonic sequence formula i.e a
_{n}= 1/[a + (n - 1) . d] - Solve the equation to know the given harmonic sequence nth term value.

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### FAQs on Finding the Harmonic Sequence nth Term a = 5, n=6, and d=4

**1. What is the nth term of the harmonic sequence a = 5, n=6, and d=4?**

The value of the 5th term of the harmonic sequence a = 5, n=6, and d=4 is 0.04.

**2. What is the formula of the nth term of the harmonic sequence?**

Nth term of Harmonic Progression HP formula is a_{n} = 1/[a + (n - 1)d].

**3. How do you find the nth term of a harmonic sequence a = 5, n=6, and d=4?**

The simple step is place the first term a = 5, total number of terms n = 6 and common difference d = 4 in the formula an = 1/[a + (n - 1)d] i.e a_{5} = 1/[5 + (6 - 1)4] = 0.04.