In this fractions worksheet, students look at the fraction pattern and given the expression for the nth term. Students complete 10 problems.
In this sequencing and "nth" term worksheet, students solve 8 problems, writing next terms in sequences, giving expressions for "nth" terms and finding 20th terms. Answers and hints are available on-line; a reference web site for additional resources is given.
Students analyze patterns and try to figure out the next term in the sequence. In this algebra lesson, students discuss the functions rule and how it works to solve sequences. They practice solving problems and find the nth term or what comes next.
For this online interactive worksheet, 9th graders find the sequence and the next 2 term, the nth term and the 30th term for 12 numeric sequences. Immediate online feedback is provided.
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.
To find the 20th term in an arithmetic sequence, use the secret formula. What secret formula? It's: a sub n equals a sub one plus parentheses n minus one close parentheses times d. Got that? No? The watch this video to learn about the secret formula.
For this sequence worksheet, students determine the sum of numbers in a sequence.  They evaluate an arithmetic sequence.  This seven-page worksheet contains detailed notes, examples, and 10 problems.
Students identify the formula to find the nth term. In this algebra lesson, students finish a pattern and identify missing parts in a sequence. They write an equation given a partial sequence.
Students identify the nth rule for each sequence. In this algebra lesson, students finish the pattern or sequence and find the missing term. They relate patterns and sequences to the real world.
Pupils solve patterns by identifying the nth term being used. In this algebra lesson, students find the next number in the sequence or pattern using the correct formula. They identify up to the 50th term.
This comprehensive unit on linear and exponential functions provides numerous clearly-written worksheets. Topics include graphing linear equations, solving systems of equations algebraically and by graphing, identifying the domain and range of a function, graphing exponential and linear equations, representing a function with a table, algebraically, and graphically, finding the intercepts of graphs, finding slope and rate of change, finding best-fitting line, comparing linear and exponential functions, creating functions, recursive formulas, arithmetic sequences and series, and sequences as functions.
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.
There is a formula to find the nth term in an arithematic sequence. But first, the instructor in the video will go through several steps and lots of explanations about how to get that formula. Watch and listen carefully. And then maybe, watch it again.
The example problem is this video has a sequence of numbers that decrease by a fixed amount with each iteration, and one needs to find the 100th number in the sequence. Sal shows the listener how to find the pattern between the number itself the sequence number of the term and write it algebraically.
In this modeling in algebra worksheet, 8th graders solve ten different types of algebra problems, including 5 word problems. They first complete each table, describe the pattern used, and determine the 20th and nth term for each. Students also complete a chart that represents each diagonal of a regular polygon illustrated on the sheet and describe the pattern used.
In this arithmetic sequences worksheet, learners solve 45 short answer, multiple choice, and graphing problems. Students find the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. Learners solve systems of equations using elimination. Students find simple interest.
In this sequences and series worksheet, students complete seven activities covering arithmetic sequences, geometric sequences, and series.  Fully worked out examples, formulas, and explanations are included.
In this sequences worksheet, 6th graders solve and complete 3 different types of problems. First, they complete the missing numbers and determine the term-to-term rule. Then, students find the nth term of each sequence and draw the next pattern.
Sixth graders explore pattern recognition and sequencing. They create arithmetic and geometric sequences with colors, shapes, and numbers. Students write expressions of arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences to find the nth term.
What is the difference between an arithematic sequence and a geometric sequence? In an arithematic sequence the constant ratio is added, and in a geometric sequence the constant ratio is multiplied. Watch this video and learn how to use a formula to find the nth term in a geometric sequence.

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