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!
Free Download of Geometric Sequences Formula Graphic Organizer
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