Algebra 1: Arithmetic vs Geometric Sequences Spring 2013

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I like to have my Algebra 1 students do both arithmetic and geometric sequences on the same day, and I wrote this worksheet to help them with this concept.

In the case of arithmetic sequences with unknown terms between two given terms, I have them express the first "unknown" term as u1 + d, the second unknown term as u1 + 2d, and so on. They can then set up a linear equation and solve it for d.

Likewise, with geometric sequences, I have them express the first unknown term as u1*r, the second as u1*r2, and so on. They enjoy working with the nth root button on their calculator.

This is intended for regular Algebra 1 students.

Students write directly on this worksheet.

Please download the pdf preview file first, so you can see exactly what's included; the product file is a word document, which you may edit for your students.

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Algebra 1: Arithmetic vs Geometric Sequences Spring 2013