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Ch 13: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Sequences & Series

About This Chapter

Study mathematical sequences and series in this useful Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II test prep chapter. Make sure you are adequately prepared for the exam by taking the brief lesson quizzes and comprehensive chapter exam offered in this chapter.

Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Sequences & Series - Chapter Summary

Determine what defines a mathematical sequence and how to identify and classify arithmetic and geometric sequences in this helpful and easy to follow chapter. Each lesson will help you review key concepts related to mathematical sequencing and series so you can successfully answer similar questions on the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II exam. Other relevant topics examined in this chapter include:

  • Mathematical series
  • Summation notation
  • Calculating arithmetic and geometric series

After carefully examining the concepts in each lesson, review what you've learned by taking the supplemental multiple-choice quizzes. These interactive assessments allow you to click on embedded links that will direct you back to specific points within the lessons if you need to quickly review a concept. You can also print the corresponding quiz worksheets to use as hard-copy study material. The more comprehensive chapter exam will help you practice multiple concepts covered throughout the chapter and allows you to assess your preparedness for related questions on the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 13: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Sequences & Series
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
What is a Mathematical Sequence?

1. What is a Mathematical Sequence?

Math is often the most fun when it acts like a puzzle to be solved. The branch of math where this is the most true involves sequences. Get an introduction to the basics and important vocabulary, as well as learn where sequences appear in nature!

How to Find and Classify an Arithmetic Sequence

2. How to Find and Classify an Arithmetic Sequence

Arithmetic sequences are everywhere, and with a few tricks you learn here, you could end up looking like a psychic the next time you go to a movie or a football game!

Finding and Classifying Geometric Sequences

3. Finding and Classifying Geometric Sequences

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Summation Notation and Mathematical Series

4. Summation Notation and Mathematical Series

The capital Greek letter sigma might be most recognizable as a common symbol in a fraternity or sorority, but it's used for some pretty cool math tricks too. In this lesson, learn how to use sigma for things like determining how many seats are in Michigan Stadium.

How to Calculate an Arithmetic Series

5. How to Calculate an Arithmetic Series

In this lesson, you'll learn how to sum up any arithmetic sequence without having to add up each and every term. You'll never guess the circumstances that led to the discovery of this marvelous formula.

How to Calculate a Geometric Series

6. How to Calculate a Geometric Series

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Arithmetic and Geometric Series: Practice Problems

7. Arithmetic and Geometric Series: Practice Problems

There are many different types of problems concerning series and sequences - including some that are pretty abstract. From bouncing balls to adding up odd numbers, test your skills here with additional arithmetic and geometric series practice!

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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