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Erica's Errors On Sequences and Series

Erica's Errors On Sequences and Series

Erica is getting a bit lost on arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. Could you please help her sort out her homework? Her errors will need explaining so that they aren't made again. A task designed to encourage discussion.
alutwyche
Colouring by Annuities - Obama, solve for PV, FV, & Interest (30 sheet mosaic)

Colouring by Annuities - Obama, solve for PV, FV, & Interest (30 sheet mosaic)

Highly Engaging!! Each worksheet represents a small section of the big picture! The end result will look spectacular hanging up in your classroom :) INVOLVED: Each worksheet has 3 questions each of: • Find future value • Find present value • Determine total interest earned • Determine total interest paid It's simple! 1. Calculate the answers. 2. Colour the squares. 3. Cut out your section. 4. Combine with the class! Students complete the problems to decode the colour key, then use it to colour their section of Obama mosaic. High school kids like colouring too! Their curiosity and desire to see the big picture come together will keep them working and helping each other! INCLUDED (.pdf and .docx files): ->Complete class set of 30 worksheets, that combine to create the Obama mosaic. Sheets contain the answers scrambled so students can monitor their own understanding. ->Complete answer keys all worksheets. -> Colour solution and coordinate guide for the mosaic. ->Each worksheet contains 12 problems. Ontario Curriculum: This is great for MAP4C, or MCR3U. All my "Colouring by..." math mosaics use the standard colours found in a Crayola 24 pack of coloured pencils. For best results, use the exact colour name match. Maybe a class set of pencil crayons would be a fun departmental purchase? :) I'd love to hear from you! Leave some feedback through Tes about how this went in your classroom, or email me at calfordmath@live.ca
CalfordMath
Erica's Errors On Binomial Expansion

Erica's Errors On Binomial Expansion

Erica is struggling with the binomial expansion; can you (and your class) help Erica correct the answers she has arrived at and explain to her what she has done incorrectly. This is designed to create discussion and help students become familiar with new style questions.
alutwyche
Series Worksheet

Series Worksheet

Worksheet on sums of series - lesson-in-a-sheet with starter question followed by key information, main questions and then extension.
curingd
Types of Sequence Gap Fill/Notes

Types of Sequence Gap Fill/Notes

Foldable notes created to ensure students have reference for linear, quadratic, geometric and Fibbonaci-type sequences. Slides match these notes - students are to fill in the gaps as you display information on the board. Some additional info on slides, including examples from Don Steward median site (obvious style change from my own!) PPT slides have been made with the purpose of differentiating between these and were used in conjuction with other resources e.g. Tick or Trash, mostly found on resourceaholic/Don Stewar's Median site. Notebook slides were a quick overview for an enrichment lesson with most focus on Fibbonaci-type sequences.
kdarwin91
Algebraic Sequences and series

Algebraic Sequences and series

Aimed at stronger pupils on GCSE/IGCSE and pupils starting year 12. Probably enough content for 2 lessons. covers arithmetic means, nth terms, recursive and explicit terms Also delves into sum of an arithmetic series (without referring to sigma, I intend to bring that in after geometric series have been done) all answers are provided hope you enjoy , please leave feedback for more of my resources check out the shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/commuter (have amended an error on this and added an extra discussion point)
commuter
Homeworks (Pure) - New AS Further Maths Syllabus

Homeworks (Pure) - New AS Further Maths Syllabus

I have included 3 sections as a free sample which you be able to find towards the bottom of this page. Split into 15 sections 1. Complex Numbers 1 2. Complex Numbers 2 3. Conic Sections 4. Hyperbolic Functions 5. Maclaurin’s Series 6. Matrices 1 7. Matrices 2 8. Method of Differences 9. Polar Coordinates 10. Proof by Induction 11. Rational Functions 12. Roots of Polynomials 13. Summation Series 14. Vectors 15. Vol. of Rev. and Mean Value Each section has 4 documents 1. Homework 2. Full worked solutions for homework 3. Challenge Questions for gifted students 4. Full worked solutions for Challenge Questions • Includes both the PDF’s and word documents which are fully editable. • They are written for the AQA syllabus but can be adapted for other exam boards. • The homework’s are intentionally quite difficult and written in an exam style. • Each homework has ~50% of the answers provided, this is to allow students to check they’re getting the first few questions correct. You can remove this if you want. Note: As there is a lot of content here there may be a few typos, I’ll be sure to update any mistakes as soon as I’m aware of them. The questions and solutions should be close to 100% accurate though.
JonnyLavelle
NEW SPECIFICATION maths A Level Quick reference (notes for students)

NEW SPECIFICATION maths A Level Quick reference (notes for students)

This is an extremely useful resource to help prepare for teaching the new maths A Level. It can be used to help structure the teaching of all pure topics. With a site license, teachers can distribute the document freely to students within their school either electronically or in print. This document makes a great reference tool for students to use throughout the course. Approximately 45 pages.
sdhatton
Arithmetic Sequence / Series Worksheet

Arithmetic Sequence / Series Worksheet

These are question sheet and solution sheet for arithmetic sequence, basic question types. Given U_n, U_m, find a and d, given U_n, S_n, find a and d, etc. Detailed typed answers are provided to every question. We hope you find it useful. You can get more free worksheets on many topics, mix and match, with detailed step-by-step solutions at http://www.onemathsquestions.com
joezhou