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Lesson 4 - Representing Patterns on a Graph

To encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about Representing Patterns on a Graph, here are some games and interactive activities they can do on their own or in pairs.



Represent patterns in tables and on graphs.


Builds Upon

Student Book pages 14-16

Instructions for Use

Make a Table lets students see a relationship in two sets on numbers when displayed in a table.

To use Make a Table, have students read the web site.


Practice Make a Table lets students make tables to find a pattern.

To use Practice Make a Table, have students read and solve the questions.


Sequencer lets students create patterns on a graph.

To use Sequencer, have students enter a starting number, a multiplier, or an add-on in the text boxes. Click the 'Calculate Sequence' button. A graph displays the sequence on a scatter plot. Change the initial values and see the pattern change.