Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Digital Sort with Google® Slides
Here is a great interactive activity for your students to differentiate between sequences which are Arithmetic and Geometric or neither. Students use Drag & Drop to sort 25 sequences. The sequences are all numeric and there are none with formulas. There are decimal and fractions included in the terms.
After sorting student fill in response sheet determination the differences and ratios of the sequences as applicable.
A printable version of the response sheet is also included for your convenience.
Detailed illustrated directions are included in this NO PREP
activity. Answer keys included
Note: You and your students must have access to the internet and have individual FREE Google Drive Accounts to use this resource.
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