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STANDARD F.IF.A.3
AI/AII

Recognize that sequences are functions, sometimes defined recursively, whose domain is a subset of the integers.  For example, the Fibonacci sequence is defined recursively by f(0) = f(1) = 1, f(n+1)=f(n)+f(n-1) for n ≥ 1.

WORKSHEETS Regents-Sequences 1a
AI/A2
difference or ratio, MC
1/10 TST
PDF
DOC
TNS
Regents-Sequences 1b
AI/A2
difference or ratio, bimodal
TST
PDF
DOC
Regents-Sequences 2a
AI/AII/A2
term, MC
5/1/10 TST
PDF
DOC
TNS
Regents-Sequences 2b
AI/AII/A2
term, bimodal
TST
PDF
DOC
Practice-Sequences 1
find difference/ratio
10 WS
PDF
Practice-Sequences 2
find term
10 WS
PDF
Practice-Sequences 3
find term
12 WS
PDF
Journal-Sequences 2 WS
PDF
LESSON PLAN Define Sequences as Functions PDF
DOC
VIDEOS Finding the common difference of an arithmetic sequence VID
Finding the value of the nth term of an arithmetic sequence VID
Finding the value of the nth term of geometric sequence VID
Using geometric sequences to model real-world situations
Using the recursive formula to generate patterns VID
Using the explicit formula to generate patterns
Finding the value of the nth term of an arithmetic sequence VID
Using the arithmetic mean
Finding the value of the nth term of a geometric sequence VID
Using the geometric mean
 
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