Push Ups - Practice with an Arithmetic Sequence

Unit 6: Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT identify and represent an arithmetic sequence. SWBAT represent an arithmetic sequence using a table, graph, recursive equation, and explicit equation.

Big Idea: Scott is getting buff! How many push ups will he do on day n? Students explore an arithmetic sequence and solidify their understanding of how to represent it.

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Math, Algebra, recursively-defined functions, recursive representations, tables, multiple representations, arithmetic sequences, arithmetic patterns, graph, sequences
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