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About Arithmetic Sequences

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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Flashbased introduction to arithmetic sequences, including finding the general term, a specific term, and the sum of a range of terms. College Cram charges access fees by the month or by the sem...
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Arithmetic Series

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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Students are given one number, then they click, and the next number appears. Students should click until they can figure out how to get the next number in the sequence. There are only 8 sequences, s...
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Arithmetic or Geometric?

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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Decide whether each of the given series is an arithmetic or geometric sequence.
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Evaluating a Finite Arithmetic...

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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This minilesson explains the general terms and concepts of summation formulas for finite arithmetic series.
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Sequence Puzzle

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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Students are given 8 sequences and must determine if they are geometric or arithmetic. As they answer correctly, a photographic puzzle of the Little Rascals is assembled.
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Understanding Sequence and Ser...

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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This minilesson explains basic terminology associated with sequences, as well as the basics of arithmetic and geometric sequences.
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Understanding Summation Notati...

Arithmetic sequences and series (Algebra II) 
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Students are given 10 problems written in summation notation. When they click, the sequence that comes from "translating" the notation is revealed. Very short exercise.
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