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These 24 task cards are a great way to assess what your students have learned about arithmetic and geometric sequences. They could be used as a whole group activity, in math centers, or as an activity for early finishers.
**These problems directly relate to Virginia 6th grade standards. As a resu

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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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The topic of Sequences is taught in many different math classes. In my own experience, I have taught this topic in Algebra 2, Common Core 3, Advanced Functions and Modeling, and IB Math Studies. This 20 question, multiple-choice test assesses students on the following concepts:
Arithmetic Sequence

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This activity is a good review of understanding if the given sequence "Is a Geometric Sequence?" .
A sequence of numbers (integers, fractions, & decimals) is provided where the student has to check if it represents a geometric sequence by finding the common ratio (when geometric).
This maze

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A great hands-on activity for you to use in the classroom as a small group activity or whole class activity! Students will need to differentiate between arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences as well as identify the rule. All cards and directions are included! An answer key has been provid

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

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This is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to solve problems involving geometric sequences and series. It is a great tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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This worksheet contains 28 practice questions about arithmetic and geometric series.
The students must examine each set of numbers and decide if they are arithmetic or geometric.
They must then find a certain term in that series; for example, the 15th term, or 100th term etc.
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**2 Worksheets**
Editable Word Document containing 12 sequences
Students must find the certain term mentioned in the problem
Great for Assessment, homework, or extra practice

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This activity is a review of understanding how to find the "Geometric Mean". This maze requires students to "Find the Geometric Mean of a geometric sequence given the term before and the term after" .
In this Geometric Sequence activity, the student would need to find the middle term of 3 consec

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

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This activity is a review of understanding how to find the "First Term & Common Ratio". This maze requires students to "Find the First Term and the Common Ratio of a Geometric Sequence given two random terms" .
In this Geometric Sequence activity, the student would need to use the given two t

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Not everything has to be a foldable! This is a great notebook "tape-in" graphic organizer to help your students during instruction involving geometric sequences and series. Each page contains 6 tape-in organizers.
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This is a great 4-question mini-quiz to assess student understanding of geometric sequences and series. The bundle contains (1) practice quiz and (4) quiz versions.

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This test comes in 3 different versions. Forms A and B are equal in difficulty. Form C assesses the same concepts as the other forms, but it is intended for students with IEP accommodations. Form C is roughly half the length with slightly easier questions. The following topics are assessed on all 3

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This activity is a review of understanding how to work the "Explicit formula of the geometric sequence". This maze requires students to "Find a term in a geometric sequence given the first term and the common ratio" .
The first term and the common ratio are given. The student will need to use th

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Assignment testing the ability to write terms of a given sequence, determine if a sequence is geometric (and find the common difference), write the rule for the nth term, and find a requested term when given a rule or a sequence. The last questions are also based off of a real-world word problem. I

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Comprehensive quiz testing student ability to list next terms in a sequence, determine if a sequence is arithmetic/geometric/neither, write a rule for the nth term and find a requested term from the rule or from the sequence, find the sum of arithmetic and geometric series written in sigma form or s

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Students must identify if a sequence is Arithmetic or Geometric. Then based on the type of sequence it is they must determine what the common difference or common ratio is.
This activity could be used as a homework, spiral review, or an assessment. It could also be used digitally.

This is an assessment that I use after studying arithmetic and geometric sequences. It is a combination of short answer, multiply choice, and a discussion question. Students are required to find the common difference or ratio, find the next three terms, identify the explicit and recursive formulas a

I wrote this daily assessment for my students to show how they were progressing on the topic of arithmetic and geometric sequences.
I project daily assessments at the front board for the first 10 minutes of class, and they typically cover material taught two classes ago, which gives the students a

This is a scavenger hunt (gallery walk). Students will find the arithmetic and geometric sequence problems for each station. Once they have their answer, they will walk the gallery of stations to find their previous answer. If they can not find their previous answer, students will automatically know

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The following consists of 5 different stations that I used to review for the unit test.
Station 1 - Graphs of exponential functions
Station 2 - Linear vs. exponential functions
Station 3 - Exponential growth vs. decay
Station 4 - Equivalent exponential functions
Station 5 - Arithmetic and geometric

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