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Introduction to Chapter 3 3.0 Worksheet
First read pages 122-123 in the textbook. Then perform the following.
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d. + = 18 = 4
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2. Solve for the
AA2 Arithmetic Sequences Linear Eqns.
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Arithmetic Sequences
Linear Equations
u1=5
un=u n1+2
Vocabulary
Notation
Vocabulary
Notation
Common difference
First Term
Zeroth Term
Domain Number Set
Sketch
Sketch
What are some similarities between arit
Algebra 2
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Chapter 3: Linear M odels and System s
4: Expert
3: I get it
Objective:
2: I kind of get it
1: Im lost
Capture Your Thinking (Use Pictures, examples, steps,
etc.) You may be able to use this on some chapter 3
ass
Before the Activity:
Take a few minutes to write down the skills and concepts you have gained so far in
this chapter.
Concepts
An arithmetic sequence is related to a
linear equation.
The domain of n only includes natural
numbers and sometimes 0.
The domai
The two important concepts that you NEED to understand loans and investments are.
1) Shifted Geometric Sequences
Examples of recursively defined shifted geometric sequences:
u(0) = 500
u(n) = 0.8*u(n-1) + 50
u(0) = 500
u(n) = 1.06*u(n-1) + 50
u(0) = 500
u
Before the Activity:
Take a few minutes to write down the skills and concepts you have gained so far in
this chapter.
Concepts
An arithmetic sequence is related to a
linear equation.
The domain of n only includes natural
numbers and sometimes 0.
The domai
Introduction to Shifted Geometric
Sequences (A first look at limits)
Learning Targets:
I can distinguish between arithmetic, geometric, and shifted
geometric sequences.
I can use a recursive formula to generate a sequence.
I can use technology to simulate
Kevins Hot Tub Problem (Part 1)
After dealing with a leaky circular hot tub for almost a year, Kevin
decides to buy a new hot tub with a square base. Each side is 1.5
meters in length and the tub is 1 meter deep. Winter is coming and Kevin wants to
get th
Stocks
AMZN x 200
EBAY x 40
MCD x 3
SBUX x 20
VLKAY x 6
TM x 2
BRK.A x 7
F x 1.5
Tx1
NSRGY x 2 (not old enough)
WFC x 3
BA x 2.5
MSFT x 3
TGT x 2
PEP x 3
CMCSA x 6
CAT x 5
CSCO x 3
AET x 8
KO x 1.5
LMT x 3
BBY x 6
FDX x 5
SWY x 1 or 2
GS x 2.5
CAJ x 2
ALL
Name:
Joshua Anderson
Title of Lesson
Placement and Grade Level: High School Mathematics
Introduction to Compound Interest
Standards Addressed~ (Content Area, Grade Level, Standard, Concepts and skills students master, Evidence
MA10-GR.HS-S.2-GLE 1.d.i.1
Advanced Algebra 2 Name_ Date_ Period_
1. Regis Deposits $5000 into an account for his 10-year old child. The account has annual
interest rate of 8.5% compounded monthly.
a) What regular mo
Advanced Algebra 2
Name_ Date_ Period_
1. Regis Deposits $5000 into an account for his 10-year old child. The account has annual
interest rate of 8.5% compounded monthly.
a) What regular monthly deposit is needed to make the account worth $1,000,000
by th
Lesson: Arithmetic Sequences Linear Equations
October 28, 2015
Learning Outcomes: Students see the connection between arithmetic sequences
and linear equations.
Graphically, students understand that by extending the domain from natural
numbers to all real
Algebra 2 Drawing with Linear equations activity.
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Before the Activity:
Take a few minutes to write down the skills and concepts you have gained so far in this chapter.
Concepts
Different forms of a linear
equation are useful for different
task