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Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences

Unit 3: Statistics: Modeling With Exponential Functions
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT distinguish between arithmetic and geometric sequences, and they will be able to write explicit function rules and recursive rules for each.

Big Idea: Today's lesson provides skill practice to help solidify what we've seen so far. At each step in this lesson, we'll refer back to our work of the previous two days.

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Math, recursively-defined functions, Number Sense and Operations, logarithms, geometric distribution, geometric patterns, arithmetic patterns, Gallery Walk, sequences, Arithmetic
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