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In this arithmetic and geometric progressions worksheet, students solve and complete 8 different types of progression problems. First, they determine whether each progression is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Then, students find the sixth and twentieth terms and the sum of the first 10 terms of each sequence.
Students follow detailed directions to use the GeoGebra program. In this mathematics instructional activity, students find the nth term of a sequence, and use line art to approximate a Bezier's curve. Students locate points and segments on a circle. The instructional activity is intended for use as a teacher training session.
NUMB3RS?? Identify the explicit formula for the nth term of a geometric sequence. Then use this knowledge to determine how much money is promised in the stated problem in this "Identity Crisis" episode of NUMB3RS. Then explain the flaw in the reasoning that all participants would get rich by the scheme.
A series of interactive whiteboard activities for your algebra scholars is included in this resoure. Learners explore algebraic expressions, rules for input and output, sequences, and functions. They also explore sequences. These activities put the fun back into functions!
Bring algebra to life with scientific applications. Math minded individuals calculate and graph the time it takes a bacterium to double. They discuss geometric sequences and use a chart to graph their findings. There are 38 questions all relating geometric sequences to a scientific application. This unit packet includes 10 pages, full explanations, and real world problems.
Seventh graders identify numeric and geometric patterns. They find the next term and predict the nth term. Students practice identifying the next part of the pattern and the rules that were used to create the pattern. They explore various methods used to find the patterns.
Young scholars recognize the use of experimental and theoretical probability. They use area models as a way of comprehending the probability. Pupils talk about the differences between experimental and theoretical probability. Students use mathematical reasoning to find the theoretical probability of some events.
Seventh graders explore the concept of writing rules. Students discuss what terms are in terms of sequences. Students determine the pattern of sequences and then write rules to represent those patterns. Students write rules, such as 2n-1, and determine a specific term, such as the tenth term.