Topic 11.1 Arithmetic Sequences
In this arithmetic sequence worksheet, students identify the terms in a described sequence. They find the nth term in a sequence, complete a sequence statement and find the arithmetic means. This one-page worksheet contains 15 problems.
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Module 3: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
Natural human interest in patterns and algebraic study of function notation are linked in this introductory unit on the properties of sequences. Once presented with a pattern or situation, the class works through how to justify...
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As a continuation of a previous lesson, this activity builds on the concept of calculating the terms of a sequence. Pupils are challenged to determine the smallest starting term to reach a set number by a set number of rounds. Notation...
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You've just hit the jackpot of integrating math problems and riddles with this jumbo-sized resource! Written as a newsletter, scroll through 35 pages of puzzles and quality problems to engage and encourage your learners to inquire and...
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Connecting Arithmetic Sequences to Linear Equations
Common difference is to arithmetic sequences as what is to linear equations? (Answer: slope) Pupils learn how arithmetic sequences can be considered as linear patterns. They then write linear equations to represent arithmetic sequences...
8th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed