teachMathematics: Notes

This can be a very rich source of mathematical activity on a number of levels and is one of my favourite things to do with a class. The activity offers great examples of real situations that lead to algebraic sequences. It gives students a great opportunity to test their powers of intuition in an enjoyable and engaging context. It is also a great example of a situation where the more complicated context can be the...

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