# Introduction to Sequences

Unit 3: Linear Functions
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## Big Idea: Students will be able to write sequences from patterns, words, and given information.

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linear functions, Math, quadratic functions, partner work, categorizing sequences, arithmetic sequences, geometric sequences,, exponential function, recognizing patterns, completing sequences, graphing functions
50 minutes

### Rhonda Leichliter

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