Toothpick Activity - Build animal pens- Explicit formulas.pdf - Section 2: Exploration

Toothpick Activity - Build animal pens- Explicit formulas.pdf

Recursive vs. Explicit

Unit 3: Linear Functions
Lesson 3 of 20

Big Idea: Students Compare the Direct Explicit formula of y= mx + b of an Arithmetic Sequence to the Recursive Formula that is the rule or pattern of the sequence.

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Math, Math,Warm up, Hands on Activity, Explicit , Recursive, Input, Output, Exit Ticket, Independent practice, Toothpick Activity
45 minutes

Rhonda Leichliter

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