# The lengths

The lengths of the twelve poles form an Arithmetic Progression (A. P). If the third pole is 3m and the eighth pole is 5 m, find the

(i) Length of the first pole

(ii) Sum of the length of the poles

(i) Length of the first pole

(ii) Sum of the length of the poles

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