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Sequences

View in Slideshow, Years 8,9,10 and middle group 11 Finding the nth term or formula for sequences based on powers 1 and 2 (square) Explain to students that the position number becomes the n in the formula.
HarryC65
H Quadratic, Fibonacci & other sequences

H Quadratic, Fibonacci & other sequences

This interactive PowerPoint(all boxes with a brown background has an action) is great for introducing quadratic and Fibonacci sequences to your class. It’s packed with easy to follow examples coupled with worksheets. Every question has its own answer button allowing you to select the answers you want to display. This provides immediate feedback and can be used to differentiate work. Level of work: GCSE Higher Duration: 2-3 lessons Learning objectives: Generate terms of a sequence using position-to-term definitions of the sequence Deduce the 𝑛th term of a quadratic sequence Work out terms of Fibonacci type sequences PowerPoint contains 19 slides: slide 1: Content page with information and links to all slides in the PowerPoint slide 2: Learning objectives slide 3: Crossword activity to learn key words slides 4-11: key notes and worked examples slides 12-16: Worksheets with progressive questions and interactive answers slide 17: Matching sequences to it’s nth term activity. (excellent for paired/group work) slides 18-19: Exam style questions with interactive answers Try a similar resource for free, type ‘FH Basic Trigonometry by Cang’ in TES resources.
cang
Quadratic nth terms

Quadratic nth terms

A powerpoint that shows two methods to find the nth term of a quadratic sequence that can be used either as a teaching or revision tool.
lmatthews1969
KS3 MATHS

KS3 MATHS

I created these 5 resources to support an individual student with the following aspects of maths: Ratio and proportion - explanation and example included Circumference and Area of Circles - explanation and example included Scale Multiplication and Division Finding the nth term - explanation and example included The activities gave the student practice in order to gain confidence. The student used the explanations and examples to refer back to and in fact created their own Key Skills cutting and pasting the examples and explanations for their own use at home.
jorgill
Form Time Mathematics/ Maths starters

Form Time Mathematics/ Maths starters

This is a resource that I developed and used successfully last year. Form Time 1 - standard form, vectors, expanding two brackets, Venn diagrams Form Time 2 - solving linear equations, recurring decimal, multiplying & dividing using standard form, Real life long multiplication Form Time 3 - Indices (factional and negative), Real life division, nth term and standard form These form time topics then repeat (using different questions but the same topics) in the same order up until 'Form Time 21'.
gthorley3783
Number Patterns & Sequences - GCSE Foundation (1-5)

Number Patterns & Sequences - GCSE Foundation (1-5)

In this lesson, learners will be able to recognise and use sequences of triangular, square and cube numbers, simple arithmetic progressions, Fibonacci type sequences, quadratic sequences, and simple geometric progressions (rn where n is an integer, and r is a positive rational number {or a surd}) {and other. They will be able to deduce expressions to calculate the nth term of linear {and quadratic} sequences. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file.
skoolmaths
Geometric sum

Geometric sum

By investigating fractals students discover how to find a finite and infinite geometric sum. The lesson links the mathematics to nature including the Koch curve, Koch snowflake, the coastline paradox and the golden tree, which has of course a connection with the golden ratio for students to discover. This is the penultimate lesson in the “folder of Phi” series.
mathshub
House investigation

House investigation

Students investigate how to arrange a row of detached and semidetached houses. Through the course of the lesson, students discover the famous Fibonacci sequence. This is the first lesson in the “folder of Phi” series introducing students to the Golden Ratio.
mathshub
Year 2 Geometry Resource Pack

Year 2 Geometry Resource Pack

This pack contains all year 2 programme of study directly mapped to the British national curriculum for learners from ages 6 to 7 on all aspect of geometry work, Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file.
skoolmaths
Extension Questions

Extension Questions

Extension questions on a variety of GCSE topics for high-ability sets - to be printed and handed out to students or displayed on-screen. ***ERROR IN INDICES EXTENSION NOW CORRECTED*** It should read G^g, not G x g, for Q1.
curingd