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QUARTER I
Week 2

## Subject: MATH Grade Level: 10

Date: __________________ Day: 2
Demonstrates understanding of key concepts of
Content Standard
sequences, polynomials and polynomial equations.
Is able to formulate and solve problems involving
sequences, polynomials and polynomial equations in
Performance Standard
different disciplines through appropriate and accurate
representations.
Competency 1(M10AL-Ib-c1)
Determines arithmetic means and nth term of an
Competency
arithmetic sequence

I. OBJECTIVES
Knowledge:  Defines arithmetic sequence
Skills:  Determines the nth term of an arithmetic sequence.
Affective:  Displays patience in dealing with the nth term of an
arithmetic sequence.
II. CONTENT ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE

A. References

Pages

## 2. Learner’s Learner’s Module (LM)in Math 10, pp. 11-18

Materials Pages

3. Textbook Pages

Materials  Internet Source
5. Learning Resources
(LR) portal

## B. Other Learning  Integrated Mathematics III, 2001 pp 9-12*

Resources  NFE Accreditation and Equivalency Learning
Material, Arithmetic Sequence. 2000. pp 10-20
 DLM 2 – Unit 7: Sequence and Series
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##  BEAM II – Module 12: Arithmetic Sequences:

Always come with the flow

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing or ACTIVITY: Review
presenting the new
lesson Note to the Teacher:
 Review on the definition of an arithmetic
sequence and its formula

B. Establishing a
purpose for the lesson Illustrating and finding the nth term of an arithmetic
sequence are important in dealing with our everyday life.

## C. Presenting examples ACTIVITY

of the new lesson Answer the given questions below.
1. What is the next number?

## What is the 8th number?

5, 10, 15, 20, ………____?
2. What is the next number?
What is the 11th number?
-10, -1, 8, 17………_____?

## D. Discussing new The teacher discusses the definition and concepts of

concepts and Arithmetic Sequence.(Refer to Worksheet –Discusssion)
practicing new skills
#1 If a1 and d are known, it is easy to find any term in an
arithmetic sequence by using the rule
an = a1 + (n – 1)d

E. Discussing new Given the first term and the common difference of an
concepts and arithmetic sequence find the first five terms and the
practicing new skills explicit formula.
#2
1) a 1 = 28, d = 10
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(Expected Answer: First Five Terms: 28, 38, 48, 58, 68)

2) a 1 = −38, d = −100
(Expected Answer: First Five Terms: −38, −138, −238,
−338, −438)

3) a 1 = −34, d = −10
(Expected Answer: First Five Terms: −34, −44, −54,
−64, −74)

## F. Developing Mastery ACTIVITY: Individual Activity

Find the first 5 terms of the following nth term. Use the
rule to illustrate arithmetic sequence :
1. n + 12
Expected answers: 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
2. 2n – 13
Expected answers: -11, -9, -7, -5, -3
3. 2n – 1
Expected answers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9

G. Finding practical Ferdinand saved P 10.00 on the first day of the year, P
applications of 12.00 on the second day, P 14.00 on the third day, and so
concepts and skills in on, up to the end of the year. How much did he save on
daily living the 365th day?

## H. Making Arithmetic sequence can be illustrated, given a certain

Generalizations and specific rule or equations.
the lesson

## What is the next nth term for each sequence below?

1. -3, -2, -1, 0, 1
2. -1, 2, 5, 8, 11
What is the 20th term in number 1?
What is the 10th term in number 2?

## J. Additional Find the Nth term given the following arithmetic

Activities for sequence and give the next two terms:
application or
remediation 1.-3, -8, -13, -18, -23, _, _
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## 2.1/3, 4/3, 7/3, 10/3, 13/3, _, _

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION

A. No. of learners who A. ____ No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who B. _____ No. of learners who require additional activities
activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial C. Did the remedial lessons work? ______ No. of
lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up the lesson
learners who have caught
up the lesson
D. No. of learners who D. _____ No. of learners who continue to require
continue to require remediation
remediation

## E. Which of my teaching Strategies used that work well:

strategies worked well? ____ Group Collaboration
Why did these work? ____ Games
____ Powerpoint Presentation
____ Discussion
____ Case Method
____ Think-Pair-Share
____ Differentiated Instruction
____ Role Playing/Drama
____ Discovery Method
____ Lecture Method
Why?
____ Complete IMs
____ Availability of Materials
____ Pupil’s eagerness to learn
____ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks

## F. What difficulties did I ____ Bullying among pupils

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## encounter which my ____ Pupil’s behavior/attitude

principal and supervisor ____ Colorful IM’s
help me solve? ____ Unavailable Technology
____ Equipment (AVR/LCD)
____Science/Computer/Internet Lab
G. What innovation or
localized I used/discover
which I wish to share
with other teacher?

ATTACHMENT
Session: 2 (1 day)

## Content: Arithmetic Sequence

DISCUSSIONS:
A sequence is an ordered list of numbers and the sum of the terms of a sequence is a
series. In an arithmetic sequence, each term is equal to the previous term, plus (or
minus) a constant. The constant is called the common difference (d). The formula for

## finding any term of an arithmetic sequence is   where a  is the

first term of the sequence, d  is the common difference, and n is the number of the
term to find.

## Finding the Nth Term of an Arithmetic Sequence

Example 1: Find the 27th term of the arithmetic sequence 5, 8, 11, 54..

## a1 = 5, d=8–5=3 So, a27 = 5 + (27-1) 3

a27 = 83

Example 2: Find the 40th term for the arithmetic sequence in which
a8 = 60 and a12 = 48

## Substitute a8 = 60 and a12 = 48 in the formula an = a1 + (n-1)d to obtain a system

of linear equations in terms of a1 and d.
a8 = a1 + (8-1)d → 60 = a1 + 7d a12 = a1 + (12-1)d → 48 = a1 + 11d
Subtract the second equation from the first equation to solve to d.
12 = - 4d
-3 =d
Then 60 = a1 + 7(-3). Solve for a.
60 = a1 – 21
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a40 = 81 + 39(-3)
a40 = -36
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SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES

ARITHMETIC SEQUENCES

## Solve the following questions.

1. The first term of an arithmetic sequence is equal to 6 and the common difference
is equal to 3. Find a formula for the nth term and the value of the 50th term.
a50 = 6 + (50-1)3
a50 = 6 + (49)3
a50 = 153

2.  The first term of an arithmetic sequence is equal to 200 and the common
difference is equal to -10. Find the value of the 20th term.
a20 = 200 + (20-1)-10
a20 = 200 + (19)-10
a20 = 10

3. An arithmetic sequence has a common difference equal to 10 and its 6th term is
equal to 52. Find its 15th term.
a6 = a1 + (6-1)10 for 15th term
52 = a1 + 50 a15 = -2 + (15-1)10
a1 = - 2 a15 = -2 + (14)10
a15 = 138 -------- final answer

## 4. Find d given that a1 = 10 and a20 = 466

a20 = a1 + (n-1) d
466 = 10 + (20-1) d
466 - 10 = 19d
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456 = 19d
24 = d

REFERENCES

## MATHEMATICS 10 LEARNERS’ MODULE

Authors: Melvin M. Callanta, Allan M. Canonigo, Arnaldo I. Chua, Jerry D. Cruz, Mirla
S. Esparrago, Elino S. Garcia, Aries N. Magnaye, Fernando B. Orines, Rowena S. Perez,
and Concepcion S. Ternida
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Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS)

INTERNET SOURCES
Wikipedia.org (Arithmetic Sequence/Progression)
Duchet, Pierre (1995), "Hypergraphs", in Graham, R. L.; Grötschel, M.; Lovász, L., Handbook of
combinatorics, Vol. 1, 2, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 381–432, MR  1373663. See in particular Section
2.5, "Helly Property", pp. 393–394.

www.Mathisfun.com

https://www.basic-mathematics.com/arithmetic-sequence.html

https://www.mathportal.org/calculators/sequences-calculators/arithmetic-sequences-
calculator.php

http://www.analyzemath.com/math_problems/arith-seq-problems.html

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