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## Unit 7: Sequences and Series

AFM Fall 2016
Date
Tuesday
1/3
Tutorials
B-Lunch
Wednesday
1/4

Thursday
1/5
Tutorials
A-Lunch

Day

Topics Covered

Classwork

Arithmetic Sequences
& Series

Final Review
Project
Introduction

Geometric Sequences
& Series

Application

Final Review
Project
Computer
Time
Final Review
Project
Computer
Time

Assignments
92%

Mon-Fri
1/9-13
Tutorials
Tues B Lunch
Thurs A Lunch

1-6

Monday
1/16

MLK Day

Wed-Tues
1/18-24

Final Exams

68%

60%

92%
Day 2 Homework

92%

84%

76%

68%

60%

Day 3 Homework

84%

76%

68%

60%

Rest Up!!!
Let the REVIEW Begin

Unit 7 TEST
Unit 8 Review for Final
Exam

76%

Day 1 Homework

92%
Friday
1/6

84%

1/9
1/10
1/11
1/12
1/13
1/17

## Final Review Project

Presentations-Units 1-3
Presentations-Units 4-6
Review
TEST (Replacement)
Top Ten Missed/Final Review

No School

(See Exam
Schedule)

Unit 7 Sequences

Day 1 Homework
Arithmetic Sequences

Given a term in an arithmetic sequence and the common difference, determine the
explicit formula for that sequence as well as the desired term.

1.

a37 249 d 8
,

a 21
. Find

2.

a12 21 d 7
,

a2
. Find

Determine if the following sequences are arithmetic. If so, use an explicit formula to
find the 100th term. If not, state the pattern of the sequence.

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

4.

## 5. -7, -9, -11, -13,

6. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8,

Arithmetic Series
Determine the sum of each arithmetic series.
33

3n 5
1. -24 + -13 + -2 + +185.

2.

n1

Given the following information, determine the common difference, and the sum of
the first 12 terms.

a1 4 a22 109

3.
,
Systems)

5.

a5 19 a19 75
, sum = 1243

a1 5 d 2
,

4.

6.

(Solve by

a12 81 d 5
,

Day 2 Homework
Geometric Sequences
Given a term in the geometric sequence as well as the common ratio, determine the
explicit formula for that formula as well as the desired term.

1.

3.

a1 3 r 2
,

a17
. Find

a 2 10 r 2
,

2.

1
a15 4 r 2
,

a1

a11
. Find

4.

a3
. Find

1
4 r 2
,

Geometric Series
Given the following information, determine the sum of each geometric series.
9

6 2 k 1
1.

3.

k 1

1 1
1 ...
16 4

2. 4 + 6 + 9 + + 30.375

to 7 terms.

## 4. 1, -1, 1, -1, 1 to 101 terms.

a1 3
5. Infinite sum given

1
2

6. 1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 +

Day 3 Homework
1. An auditorium has 20 seats on the first row, 24 seats on the second row, 28 seats
on the third row, and so on. It has 30 rows of seats.
a. How many seats are in the auditorium?

b. If tickets are sold at \$5 each, how much money will be made if only half
the auditorium is
filled?

2. A ball is dropped from a height of 16 feet. Each time it drops, it rebounds 80% of
the the height from
which it is falling. Find the total distance traveled by the
ball.

3. You visit the Grand Canyon and drop a penny off the edge of a cliff. The distance
the penny will fall is
16 feet the first second, 48 feet the next second, 80 fee the third second, and so
on in an arithmetic
sequence. What is the total distance the object will fall in 6 seconds?

4. The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180, of a quadrilateral is 360, and
of a pentagon is 540. Assuming this pattern continues, find the sum of the interior
angles of a dodecgon (12 sides.)

5. A culture of bacteria doubles every 2 hours. If there are 500 bacteria at the
beginning, how many bacteria will there be after 24 hours?