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- Karnataka textbook for class 10 Chapter 3 -Progressions
- Tamilnadu textbook for class 10 chapter 4 pages : 34 to 67
- Gujarat textbook for class 10 : Chapter 5 Arithmetic progression
- Kerala state textbook for class 10 : Chapter 01 Arithmetic Sequences

# Additional Information

## Useful websites

- Common Number patterns
- Recognising Number Patterns
- Match Sticks Activity
- FIND THE Nth TERM USING "POWER" AND "FRACTIONS"
- FINDING THE nth TERM IN A SEQUENCE
- Maths is fun for Arithmetic progressions
- Maths is fun for Geometric progressions
- this PPT will give basic information of progressions
- -this pdf file deals with the fundamentals of A.P
- Number pattern and number sequence
- Introduction to A.P
- Understanding A.P
- Formula deriving nth term of an A.P.
- Using formula nth term of anA.P.
- Formuladerivation ofsum of n termsof an AP
- Formula derivationsum of n termsof an AP whenfirst term andlast term is given
- Sum of first nterms of an A.P.Problems
- Understanding GP
- CBSE-i Arthimetic progression and geometric progression
- Progression Points

# video on progressions from youtube

## Reference Books

# Teaching Outlines

- In different number pattern relating terms of the pattern
- Defining different number pattern
- Recognition of each terms
- Differnce between finite and infinite sequence
- Difference between sequence and series

## Concept #1 Introduction to progression

### Learning objectives

- Identifying the pattern present in different number pattern
- Meaning of the sequence
- Defining the terms of the sequence
- Writing the next terms and n'th term of the given sequences
- Defining the finite and infinite sequence and examples.

### Notes for teachers

- An orderly arrangement of numbers according to a certain rule is called a sequence.
- A sequence containing finite number of terms is called a finite sequence.
- A sequence containing infinite number of terms is called an finite sequence.

### Activity

- Activity No #1 - Introduction to progression click here
- Activity No #2 - Introduction to progression click here

## Concept #2 types of progression

### Learning objectives

- Classification progression depending upon relation between consecutive terms
- Identify the types of progression for given sequence
- Giving example for three types of progression.

### Notes for teachers

- The difference between any term and its preceding term is a constant ------- Arithmetic progression
- The reciprocals of the arithmetic progression --------Harmonic progression
- The ratio between any term and its preceding term is constant -------Geometric progression.

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### Activity

- Activity No #1 activity to types of progressions click here
- Activity No #2 activity to types of progressions click here

# Hints for difficult problems

- A company employed 400 persons in the year 2001 and each year increased by 35 persons. In which year the number of employees in the company will be 785? Please clickhere here for the solution.
- In an A.P. sum of first 6 terms is 345.If difference between first term and last term is 55 then find that terms.

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