Chain Emails - Practice with a Geometric Sequence

Unit 6: Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT solidify their understanding of geometric sequences. SWBAT generate tables, graphs, recursive equations, and explicit equations to represent a geometric sequence.

Big Idea: How many people can a chain e-mail spread to? Students practice representing a geometric sequence based on the spread of a chain email.

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Math, Algebra, multiple representations, tables and graphs, geometric sequence, constant ratio, function, sequences
  60 minutes
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