# Ch 33: Honors Algebra 1: Patterns in Math

Use the lessons in this chapter to develop strategies for identifying and utilizing patterns in math. Take self-assessment quizzes along the way to test your knowledge.

## Honors Algebra 1: Patterns in Math - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Finding and using patterns in math is fundamental to solving problems and identifying information. By completing the video lessons in this chapter, you'll explore different techniques for establishing patterns and using them to solve equations. Take self-assessment quizzes as you work your way through the chapter to apply what you've learned. Reach out to an instructor if you need further assistance. In these lessons, you'll examine:

• The Fibonacci sequence
• What a mathematical sequence is
• How to classify geometric sequences
• Methods for using sigma
• Ways to calculate both an arithmetic and geometric series

Video Objective
Fibonacci Sequence: Examples, Golden Ratio & Nature Identify the Fibonacci sequence in nature.
What is a Mathematical Sequence? Discover components of mathematical sequences.
How to Find and Classify an Arithmetic Sequence Pinpoint arithmetic sequences.
Finding and Classifying Geometric Sequences Develop an understanding of the common ratio.
Summation Notation and Mathematical Series Examine the use of the Greek letter sigma.
How to Calculate an Arithmetic Series Calculate sum without adding each item.
How to Calculate a Geometric Series Determine a geometric series.
Arithmetic and Geometric Series: Practice Problems Test your knowledge with practice problems.

8 Lessons in Chapter 33: Honors Algebra 1: Patterns in Math
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