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9.1-9.3 Potpourri 9.1-9.3 Sums 9.3 Geometric Sequences 9.2 Arithmetic Sequences 9.1 Sequences and Series $500 $400 $300 $200 $100

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Click here to go back to the main board You have selected an area of the board not in play.

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Sequences and Series - $100 Write an explicit formula for the nth term. ANSWER 1 4 9 16...

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Sequences and Series - $200 ANSWER Write a recursive formula for the nth term. 25 33 41 49...

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Sequences and Series - $300 ANSWER Find the sixth term of the sequence, using the formula. c.

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Sequences and Series - $400 ANSWER Write an explicit formula for the nth term.

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Sequences and Series - $500 ANSWER Use sigma notation to write the sum.

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Arithmetic Sequences - $100 ANSWER Find the specified term for each of the following sequences. You may use calculators but show what you put in the calculator! for 2, 5, 8,…

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Arithmetic Sequences - $200 ANSWER Find the specified term for each of the following sequences. You may use calculators but show what you put in the calculator! for 7, 11, 15,…

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Arithmetic Sequences - $300 ANSWER Write an explicit formula for the nth term of the following sequence. Then define it recursively. 5 10 15 20...

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Arithmetic Sequences - $400 ANSWER Find out which term number is associated with the given value in the indicated sequence. 101 in the sequence with a1 = 5 and d = 3

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Arithmetic Sequences - $500 ANSWER Write the following series using sigma notation and find the sum. 6 + 13 + 20 + 27 +... + 97

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Geometric Sequences - $100 ANSWER Find the specified term for the following sequence. You may use calculators but show what you put in the calculator! a 9 for 4 16 64 256...

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Geometric Sequences - $200 ANSWER Write an explicit formula for the nth term of the following geometric sequence. Then define it recursively.

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Geometric Sequences - $300 ANSWER Find the term number of the given value in the indicated sequence. 2 in the sequence with a1 = and r = 2

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Geometric Sequences - $400 ANSWER Write the series using sigma notation and find the sum, if it exists. 8 + 2 +

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Geometric Sequences - $500 ANSWER Find a1 for the geometric series described. Sn = 186, r = 2, n = 5

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Sums - $100 ANSWER Evaluate Using a Formula

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Sums - $200 ANSWER Evaluate Using a Formula

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Sums - $300 ANSWER Find a 1 for the series where S 7 = 2188, r = -3.

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Sums - $400 ANSWER The front row of a theater has 32 seats. Each row after the first has 4 more seats than the previous row. How many seats are in the 36th row? How many seats are in the theater if there are 36 rows?

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Sums - $500 ANSWER A superball will rebound 75% of the height from which it is dropped. If it is dropped from a height of 300 cm, how far will the ball travel by the time it comes to rest?

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Potpourri - $100 ANSWER A new car is purchased for $22,000. It decreases in value by 25% each year. What will its value be in 12 years?

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Potpourri - $200 ANSWER Ben has a job with a starting salary of $35,000 and receives an annual raise of 5%. What will his salary be in his 6th year on the job?

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Potpourri - $300 ANSWER Mary is training for a bike tour. She starts biking 14 miles the first week. By the 25th week she wants to bike 74 miles a week. If she increases a constant amount each week, how much is her weekly increase?

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Potpourri - $400 ANSWER A pile of bricks has 85 bricks in the bottom row, 79 bricks in the second row, 73 in the third row and so on until there is only 1 brick in the top row. 1.How many bricks are in the 12th row? 2.How many rows are there in all?

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Potpourri - $500 ANSWER Create a Fibonacci-type sequence starting with 2 and 4. Write the first six terms of the sequence and then write a recursive formula for the sequence.

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****Answers****

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Sequences and Series - $100 DONE

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Sequences and Series - $200 DONE

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Sequences and Series - $300 DONE

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Sequences and Series - $400 DONE

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Sequences and Series - $500 DONE

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Arithmetic Sequences - $100 DONE

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Arithmetic Sequences - $200 DONE

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Arithmetic Sequences - $300 DONE

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Arithmetic Sequences - $400 DONE

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Arithmetic Sequences - $500 DONE

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Geometric Sequences - $100 DONE

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Geometric Sequences - $200 DONE The initial value in a word problem is associated with the the y-intercept of the equation.

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Geometric Sequences - $300 DONE $12

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Geometric Sequences - $400 DONE y=50x + 12 or c = 50n + 12

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Geometric Sequences - $500 DONE y = 5x + 20

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Sums - $100 DONE

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Sums - $200 DONE

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Sums - $300 DONE

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Sums - $400 DONE

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Sums - $500 DONE

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Potpourri - $100 DONE POSITIVE CORRELATION

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Potpourri - $200 DONE

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Potpourri - $300 DONE

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Potpourri - $400 DONE

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Potpourri - $500 DONE

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CONTINUE

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Directions for Changing the Game To change the questions and answers, just type over the problems…Use the “replace” feature to change the categories easily The daily doubles were originally set to category #4 for $500 and category #2 for $300 To change the daily doubles you must –1. Change the hyperlink for the links on the main board to go to the appropriate question, therefore bypassing the daily double slide –2. Change the hyperlink on the continue button on each daily double slide to go to the new question.

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