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UPDATED: Now get THREE different versions of this activity! This resource can be used whether your students are learning explicit formulas, recursive formulas, or both!
This activity serves as a summary of arithmetic and geometric sequences. Students will practice their knowledge of the recursive a

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This is a graphic organizer flow chart that outlines the methods for recursive and explicit forms of geometric and arithmetic sequences. The flow chart is easy to follow and aesthetically pleasing. Two versions are included. First, a completed copy. Second is a blank copy if you want to have student

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Geometric Sequence: Students will enjoy finding the explicit and recursive formula with this scrambler puzzle activity. This activity is great for remediation and differentiation.
I have more arithmetic and geometric sequences resources.
Click on this link for the arithmetic and geometric scramb

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Algebra I - Geometric Sequences
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need to have PowerPoint or SMART Notebook to rece

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This lesson can be purchased as a complete bundled unit at a discounted price under the listing Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Complete Bundled Unit.
This worksheet gives the first term and the last term of a sequence. The middle terms are missing. Also given is whether the sequence is arithm

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Geometric Sequences notes in a flap book is perfect for your interactive notebook.
The topics included are:
1- Geometric sequences defined
2- Geometric mean defined, and examples finding arithmetic mean
3- Examples determining if a sequence is an geometric sequence
4- Geometric sequence Recursive

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Notes or graphic organizer on Geometric Sequences.
Includes identifying, common ratios, explicit and recursive formulas, and nth terms.
Great for INB or guided notes!

This reference sheet covers vocabulary, recursive and explicit formulas written in function notation and subscript notation, and example problems. Two formats are included:Complete cheat sheet with all information filled in Guided notes format for students to fill in Using the formula reference

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Also included in: Algebra I Bundle of Activities and Resources for Whole Year

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 first page is a double-sided notes page over geometric sequences using function notation. This is written to introduce geometric sequences to the beginning algebra 1 student.
The notes page begins by using patterns of numbers to introduce the topic. The student identifies the next number in the

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Also included in: Sequences Mini-Bundle (A12C, A12D)

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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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

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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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In this activity, students match geometric sequences with their formulas. Formulas are in function notation and subscript notation. Three questions follow asking for a certain term in a sequence.
This activity can be used as a handout for practice or a cut and paste card sort. It works great as

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Also included in: Algebra I Bundle of Activities and Resources for Whole Year

This includes two foldables.Foldable #1: Arithmetic SequencesIdentifying Arithmetic SequencesRecursive SequencesExplicit SequencesFoldable #2: Geometric SequencesIdentifying Geometric SequencesRecursive SequencesExplicit SequencesStudents will classify sequences, write recursive and explicit sequen

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These activities requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included.
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They are riddle worksheets where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. Kids like this activities because they make the math meaningful, and FUN, and t

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15 sequences are given and students need to identify if they are arithmetic and geometric, then write recursive and explicit formulas.

Check out this beautiful high-quality mathematics poster featuring the recursive formula for geometric sequences. The poster is in 8.5 x 11 format and can be easily printed onto a standard sheet of paper and laminated for durability. It is a great resource for any bulletin board or word wall and is

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This is an Algebra I lesson that teaches students how to write explicit and recursive geometric sequences.

Algebra 1 Geometric Sequences in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to extend and graph geometric sequences, wri

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