#### Here are some ways in which we can use Bloom’s levels in **lesson planning** to define the learning objectives for a concept/activity. Questions at the lower levels are appropriate for: Evaluating students’ preparation and comprehension Diagnosing students’ strengths and weaknesses Reviewing content. 6. thAn **arithmetic** **sequence** has a 10 term of 17 and a 14th term of 30. Find the common difference. 7. Find the sum of the first 100 odd numbers 8. Find the sum of the positive terms of the **arithmetic** **sequence** ô ñ, ô, ó í, 9. The second term of an **arithmetic** **sequence** is 7. The sum of the first 4 terms of the **arithmetic** **sequence** is 12. Dec 06, 2015 · 6.The 4th term of an **arithmetic** **sequence** is 18 and the sixth term is 28. Give the first 3 terms. 7. Write the third and fifth terms of an **arithmetic** **sequence** whose fourth term is 9 and the common difference is 2. 8. Write the first three terms of an **arithmetic** **sequence** if the fourth term is 10 and d = -3 7.

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