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MCR3U - Unit 7: Discrete Funetions: Sequences and Series Date:
7.2 & 7.6 Geometric Sequences and Series
Homework: Pages 430-432: #8, 11, 13, 14,17
Pages 459-461: #5, 7,9,11, 15
Learning Objectives/Success Criteria: At the end of this lesson [will be able to:
* Use the following terminology: geometric sequence, common ratio, geometric series
* Define a geometric sequence by its general term, recursively, by a discrete exponential function and
graphically
+ Calculate the sum of the first a terms of a geometric sequence
What is the next number in the sequence?
b) 6000, 3000, 1500, 750, 375
©) 5,-15,45,-135
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22 ret ae Ma eS
common = 3 aL 2 -
vane = 2 z rend
Geometric Sequences:
Tecursive sequence where the Consecutive
Fern ge) Mulplied Wy the same value
Ceotmntan vatto)
We can define a geometric series in 4 different ways:
(i) General term (t.) (ii) Recursive formula
(na) ln- a tuth hem
tne a-h N Bot lens tn Pbenay > tio-r bq
ey x
Fce Common a ate term
evan vate Hob an evpanant
BEY fenvy
(iii) Discrete Exponential Function (iv) Graphically: {cn) = a-F aha 4
2 >0 oe
Jen) = fr) new IPOS exp.
rend = ® arouth kp
f Vv to The brponent a decay
Fiyst me LS doled Wne =
frat he i
% SMe OS the yentral kr x tt ate {ss
xf ré0° poverob i reprasemtto] as aM exp frye.
ane
1. For the following geometric sequences, find the common ratio [r), the general term (ty) and ts:
a) -10,-5,-2.5 ‘b) 5, -10, 20, -40
2. Find the general term for the geometric sequence in which ts = 60 and ty = 960
3. Given the recursive formula for a geometric sequence, find the common ratio and the explieit fermula:
a)sun ofthe ernns al the geometric sequences
(Sn)
‘We have two ways to determine the (partial) sum of the first # terms of an arithmetic series:
(i) Recursive
va) Sn
tnrmre sevies “Pw hy
series nile (actual) # of fevms
Fine
ae
eh. SB Rusk & fenms
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Sn Formula
Infinite Geometric Series: a + ar ar? + ar?+ art +.
oO
For @ 1, as n increase r™
wy rl ar ep
Fry 3
’ Sn 798
0s 128m
fe rp acd rt
: Sn -0g arn
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1. Calculate the sum of the geometric series: 7 971 615 + 5314 410 + 3542 940 «
92 160
2. Find xso thatx, Gav and 3x~1 are three terms of an arithmetic sequence.
3. Find xo that 2x, 3x01, and x7 +2 are three terms of an arithmetic sequence.
4, Find x so that 2x, x+5, and x-7 are consceutive terms of a geometric sequence,
5. Find y so that 4y+1, y+4 and 10-y are consecutive terms of a geometic sequence

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