Intersecting Linear Sequences
This resource from Inquiry Maths investigates the connections between linear sequences.
Intersecting linear sequences outlines the prompt which consists of two linear sequences, 3n -2 and 2n+1 which have two terms in common, 7 and 13, which themselves form the first two terms of the linear sequence 6n + 1
Lesson notes describes lines of inquiry that could be followed with students including considerations of limiting cases.
Chinese remainder theorem and Odds and evens are two resource sheets to accompany the inquiry.
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- Intersecting linear sequences
- Lesson notes
- Chinese remainder theorem and intersecting sequences
- Odds and evens
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