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The algebraic notation for these topics can be quite intimidating at first glance.
To help students understand how recursive formulas work, give them some think-time to complete the included informal introduction here. Once students understand how arithmetic and geometric sequences "behave", in

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7^{th} - 12^{th}

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This MS PowerPoint presentation provides an easy-to-understand and classroom-tested technique for understanding the 2 types of Arithmetic Sequences - Explicit and Recursive. I have covered this subject in both my general 8th grade math and Math 1 classes. The solution summaries and techniques are

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Suitable for Australian Curriculum (and WA).Includes ICT Explicit Skills Checklist for each year level (k-6) and a Kindergarten - Year 6 Scope and Sequence. Please see my ICT Explicit Skills Lesson Template for support in planning when using this document.Enjoy! Please don't forget to provide a revi

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!!!!
Arithmetic Sequence (F.IF.3)
This worksheet drills the understanding of how to find the Explicit & Recursive Formula of an Arithmetic Sequence.
Five different types of questions are drilled in this worksheet where students are asked to find the explicit and recursiv

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8^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!!!!
Geometric Sequence (A.SSE.4)
This worksheet drills the understanding of how to find the Explicit & Recursive Formula of a Geometric Sequence.
Five different types of questions are drilled in this worksheet where students are asked to find the explicit and recursive

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Exit tickets (Formative Assessment) provide a great instant feedback while teaching any concept. If you use data driven instruction, these exit tickets will allow you to collect such data and execute a plan of action based on the results. White utilizing these tickets, teachers will be able to condu

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Practice writing arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences in explicit form with these Google Slides™ and printable activities!This resource includes 4 variations to allow you to differentiate based on the needs of your students and their learning environment. Option 1: Google Slides - Students w

Also included in: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Activity BUNDLE

20 Problem Google Forms Quiz (instantly graded!) For use with a smartphone, laptop or tablet.You can view or export student data within the Google Form by clicking on ”responses”. Share the quiz with students by email, Twitter, Facebook or by using a generated link from the “SEND” button on the top

Also included in: Algebra 1 Semester 2 Topics: Google Forms Quiz - BUNDLE

Functions
This is a 45 question practice test (free response) and corresponding 45 question (multiple choice) test. There are 10 questions on writing linear and exponential functions from word problems, tables, and graphs. 5 questions on performing operations with functions (add, subtract, multipl

The worksheet reviews recursive sequences and then also introduces the idea of an explicit sequences. There are practice problems for both types of sequences. It also includes guided practice on how to write a recursive formula for an explicitly defined sequence.
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Also included in: Sequences Worksheets BUNDLE

Includes TWO options! One with the notes filled in and one with blanks for the student to fill in. Answer key is included!These foldables provide students with notes and practice problems for writing explicit and recursive formulas for arithmetic and geometric sequences.Great for interactive noteboo

Explicit ICT Skills Scope and Sequence - PrimaryTo be used with the checklists I have available for planning and assessment :)Click here to find the Kindergarten - Year 6 Checklists and Scope and Sequence in a CHEAP BUNDLE: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/ICT-Explicit-Skills-Checklist-an

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PreK - 6^{th}

Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences – Explicit Formula - Self Grading Digital (Google) Form. Perfect for distance learning, this ten question digital (Google Forms) assessment provides students with a self grading practice on working with arithmetic & Geometric Sequences. This activity is perfe

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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This activity is designed to help students practice using the explicit and recursive formulas for Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences. It includes eight Question Cards and eight Answer Cards, complete directions, and an answer key. It is suggested to print out the eight Question Cards on colored pap

This maze is a review of how to "Find the Explicit Formula of an Arithmetic Sequence given the First Term and the Common Difference" .In this Arithmetic Sequence activity, the student would need to use the first term and the common difference and substitute them them into the explicit formula of th

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6^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Maze - BUNDLE Arithmetic Sequence

Exit tickets (Formative Assessment) provide a great instant feedback while teaching any concept. If you use data driven instruction, these exit tickets will allow you to collect such data and execute a plan of action based on the results. White utilizing these tickets, teachers will be able to condu

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Click here for a video preview of this product!12 Problem Google Sheets Mystery PictureUsing the Explicit Formula of a Geometric Sequence to Find the 8th term's value.Self-Checking and Zero Prep!The correct answer will reveal puzzle pictures and incorrect answers will be highlighted in red.Answer sh

Exit tickets (Formative Assessment) provide a great instant feedback while teaching any concept. If you use data driven instruction, these exit tickets will allow you to collect such data and execute a plan of action based on the results. White utilizing these tickets, teachers will be able to condu

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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This resource gives students an example of how to write and solve an arithmetic sequence using the explicit formula. The explicit formulas use both the first and zero terms. You May Also Be Interested In:BUNDLE- Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Task Cards (with or without QR Codes)Arithmetic and G

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Also included in: GROWING BUNDLE of Algebra 1 Activities

New products are FREE for the first 24 hours! Follow us on TpT!Don't forget to leave feedback! Did you know you earn TpT credits with every rating you leave!?Click here for a video preview of our Google Slides Picture Puzzle!20 Problems - Given an arithmetic sequence, identify the simplified explici

Also included in: Algebra 1 Topics: Google Slides Picture Puzzles GROWING Bundle

Assign these slides from your Google Classroom and instantly watch students enter their answers.Instant feedback means you know who needs your help exactly when they need it! Geometric SequencesWriting both the recursive and explicit formulas of a given geometric sequence and using these formulas to

Also included in: Algebra 1 Topics: Google Slides GROWING Bundle - 58 Topics

This MS PowerPoint presentation provides an easy-to-understand and classroom-tested technique for understanding the 2 types of Arithmetic Sequence and the 2 types of Geometric Sequences - Explicit and Recursive. Part 1 covers Arithmetic Sequences and Part 2 covers Geometric Sequences. I always provi

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

Also included in: Math 1 / Algebra 1 Bundle - Unit 8 General Functions

This activity will help students to practice writing the explicit formula for arithmetic sequences.Students will write the explicit formula given:The first four terms (4 problems)The first term and common difference (5 problems)A random term and common difference (3 problems)This activity is for Goo

Also included in: Algebra 2 Digital Resource Bundle - DISTANCE LEARNING

How confident the students are when evaluating explicit formula? Here is a fun way to check for students' understanding in "Finding a term of a sequence given the explicit formula" An explicit formula is provided and students are asked to find a specific term using the explicit formula.This maze

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8^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Maze - MEGA BUNDLE Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences