I created this geometric sequences formula graphic organizer for my Algebra 1 students to complete and glue in their interactive notebooks.

Geometric sequences are my students’ only real exposure to exponential functions in Algebra 1. So, I just broke down and gave my students the formula for finding the rule for a geometric sequence. It doesn’t feel right, but I couldn’t really think of how else to go about it. If you have an idea for fixing this, please share it in the comments!

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