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Consider the arithmetic progression $3,7,11, \ldots$ and let $A_{n}$ denote the sum of the first $\mathrm{n}$ terms of this progression. Then the value of $1^{25}, A$ is

  1. $442$
  2. $404$
  3. $455$
  4. $415$

     

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