# Lesson 1 Piggies and Pools Develop Understanding

Predict the next two terms in the sequence. State whether the sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Write an explicit equation for the sequences that are arithmetic or geometric.

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Create a predictable sequence of at least four numbers that is NOT arithmetic or geometric.

Identify whether the following statements represent a discrete or a continuous relationship.

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For every ton of paper that is recycled,

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The hair on your head grows

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The city of Buenos Aires adds

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In

Create a graph to model the statement. Label the

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Approximately

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The average person laughs

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Apples are on sale at the market at

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Three apples weigh about a pound. About how much would

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One dozen eggs cost

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One dozen eggs cost

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Best Shoes had a back to school special. The total bill for

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If you only purchased

Solve for

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Some of problems 22–30 could represent the work you did to answer problems 16–21. Write the number of the equation and the number of the story it represents.