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#### Counting and Cardinality

Counting and cardinality are key to building basic number sense in young mathematicians. The collection is organized so that each resource directly relates to or builds upon the previous one. Beginning with writing numbers to 10,...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 3: Linear and Exponential Functions

The Algebra 1, Module 3 collection focuses on linear and exponential functions. The module's 26 lessons are divided into four topics: Linear and Exponential Sequences, Functions and Their Graphs, Transformations of Functions, and Using...

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#### Sequences and Series

Dive into the patterns of algebra with an exploration of sequences and series. Here is a collection of worksheets and videos that supports young mathematicians as they learn about both arithmetic and geometric patterns.

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#### Lessons for Learning—Kindergarten

Kindergartners jump right into learning. Each lesson in this math unit is clearly outlined with materials, procedures, student outcomes, misconceptions, and solutions. All lessons and activities are aligned with Common Core math standards.

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#### Unit 6 Review: Linear and Exponential Sequences

New ReviewSequence the learning to a review. Learners work through 21 problems dealing with sequences. They must identify the type of sequence, write a recursive and explicit formula for each sequence, find a specific term. and describe the graph...

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#### Recursive Formulas

New ReviewWrite formulas that depend upon previous terms. Individuals watch a video that explains how to create a recursive formula based on a sequence of numbers. Learners find out how to determine whether a sequence is geometric or arithmetic...

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#### Explicit Formulas

New ReviewFind a faster way to determine the 100th term of a sequence. Learners watch a video providing instruction on a way to find the nth term of a sequence—without writing down all the previous terms. Scholars create explicit formulas for...

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#### Describing Rules

Does sequence matter? Young mathematicians learn how to determine the rule for arithmetic sequences by watching a video. They apply the rules to determine a specific term of the sequence.

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#### Sequences

Explicitly talk to the class about sequences. A segment of a review series for the General Certificate of Secondary Education math assessment provides a review of arithmetic sequences. Pupils watch a video showing how to find terms given...

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#### Can You Find the Next Number in This Sequence?

It is not your typical type of sequence. The resource presents a number sequence that is not generated using a mathematical formula. Saying a terms digits creates the next term in the sequence, allowing learners to see patterns these...

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#### Recursive Formulas: Fibonacci Sequence

Explore the building blocks of the Fibonacci Sequence. Given the lengths of sides of squares, pupils deduce the pattern to determine the lengths of two more squares. Learners continue to work with recursive formulas to generate numerical...

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#### Sequence: The Sequence Calculator

Work through a sequence in discovering number patterns. Using the interactive, pupils explore arithmetic and geometric sequences by setting the initial value and the common difference or ratio. Learners distinguish between the two types...

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#### Limit of a Sequence: Finding the Limit of a Sequence (Part 4)

Take a look at another alternating sequence. The resource provides a graphical display of a sequence that alternates between two values. Pupils use the display to determine whether the sequence has a limit. Given a theory of limit,...

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#### Limit of a Sequence: Finding the Limit of a Sequence (Part 3)

Limit the view of sequences on both sides of the axis. Learners explore an alternating sign sequence. Using a graphical display of the first 10 terms of the sequence, pupils determine the formula for the general term. they then use the...

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#### Limit of a Sequence: Finding the Limit of a Sequence (Part 2)

What does it mean if young mathematicians cannot put the squeeze on a sequence? Learners investigate a divergent sequence and find the formula for the nth term. Using the definition of a limit of a sequence, pupils try to find the limit...

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#### Limit of a Sequence: Finding the Limit of a Sequence (Part 1)

Put a squeeze on a sequence. An interactive provides a graphical display of a sequence. Using the graph, learners determine the algebraic expression for the sequence. Pupils use the general definition of a limit of a sequence to find the...

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#### Finding the nth Term Given the Common Ratio and the First Term: Dominoes

Topple misunderstandings of geometric sequences. Using a context of creating ever-increasing sizes of dominoes, pupils develop a geometric sequence. The scenario provides the size of the first domino and the common ratio between...

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#### Arithmetic Sequences: Paying of a Loan

How long does it take to pay off a loan? Pupils use a graph to model the sequence associated with paying off a loan. Using the graph, learners determine the initial value and the common difference of the arithmetic sequence. The learners...

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#### Explicit Formulas: Tiles for Writing nth Term in a Sequence

Build an explicit formula using tiles. Pupils develop a tile representation of a term within a sequence given figures of previous terms. Using the diagrams, learners develop the explicit formula by recognizing the common difference and...

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#### Which Sequences Are Functions?

Sequence or no sequence? That is the question. A short assessment presents two sequences and pupils must determine whether the sequences are functions or not. If the sequence is a function, participants must then describe its domain.

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#### Where Do I Go?

Practice sequencing numbers 1–100 in a card sequencing activity. The hands-on learning makes a short activity flexible and fun. The opportunities are endless and easy to implement.

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#### Module 1: Sequences

Take steps into sequences. An 11-lesson unit builds upon pupils' previous understanding of writing expressions to develop the idea of sequences. The resource explores both arithmetic and geometric sequences using recursive and explicit...

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#### Local and Global Behavior

Create rules for numerical sequences. Pupils develop local rules and recursive rules for number sequences. The sequences are linear, quadratic, and cubic in nature. Scholars find that some local rules do not work, no matter where in the...

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#### Ordering Numbers

Young mathematicians order numbers from least to greatest. Number types include whole numbers, decimals, and negative numbers.