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Sequences and Series Cheat Sheet

Sequences and Series Formulas Cheat Sheet.All the formulas your students need to know in one concise cheat sheet / graphic organizer. Each organizer is 3" x 4", perfect size to paste onto a page of a notebook, or onto an index card. You can also to add to a worksheet- just tape or glue before copying.Formulas include arithmetic, geometric, and recursive series.

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Fibonacci - the creative formula that manifest itself in seashells, flowers, but is also a mathematical formula in many things, the creative formula for life

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Arithmetic Sequences Maze

This maze is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at finding unknown terms in arithmetic sequences when given the first 3 or 4 terms of the sequence. A.12D write a formula for the nth term of a arithmetic sequence given the value of several of its terms

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Sequence and Series Task Cards

Sequence and Series Task Cards are an effective way for students to practice and solidify their understanding of arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. This activity requires that students differentiate between arithmetic and geometric sequences and series and use both explicit and recursive formulas to solve problems. There are endless ways to use task cards. I use these cards as an in class review assignment to get my students ready for their test.


One of my last Algebra 2 units before state testing was arithmetic and geometric sequences and series.  Our students are given the formulas ...

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Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences and Series (EQ4) HSF.LE.A.2

Students revisit linear and exponential scenarios through equations, tables and graphs. They will use horizontal shifts to create sequences with initial values at n=1. They will practice writing functions using sequence notation. Given selected values for a sequence, students will find the initial value, common difference or common ratio then write the formula for the sequence. They will use the formulae for finite series. This mission is aligned with Common Core State Standards: HSF.LE.A.2