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#### Mathematics Vision Project: Interactive Applets

Ready, set, go! The Mathematics Vision Project provides a collection of 10 Interactive Applets that follow the progression of learning—to practice, develop, and solidify understanding. The interactives use engaging materials that include...

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#### Graphing Trig Functions

Going from simple trig functions to their graphs can seem like a daunting task. These resources show the steps to connect evaluating the functions to graphing them. The collection has a variety of resource types for you to explore.

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#### Getting into Trig

Starting with right triangles (SOH-CAH-TOA) and working up to the concept of radians, this collection introduces students to trigonometric ratios and supports them in learning to evaluate trigonometric functions.

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#### Trigonometry Review Sheet

Get the trig facts fast, and use the review sheet as a guide in the classroom. The worksheet also includes a document version if any changes are needed to the problems. The information includes a small degree/radian chart, a graph of all...

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#### Graphing Trigonometric Functions

Double win with a comprehensive instructional activity and an excellent worked out answer key. The instructional activity itself is twelve pages and begins with the simple sine and cosine graphs, then, develops into the reciprocal trig...

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#### Review Sheets: Trigonometry

Review guide, practice test, homework packet? Yes, yes, and yes as it's all possible with a wonderful trigonometry packet. Every type of problem is there, starting from the unit circle and ending with conic sections.

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#### Math Handbook: Trigonometry

You'll be spinning in unit circles once you read through this jumbo-sized resource of everything you need to know about trigonometry. Each page has color-coded examples with explicit directions that detail the problems and formulas.

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#### Unit 10 Review: Graphing Sine and Cosine

New ReviewGo up and down with a review. Learners review finding the amplitude, midline, period, and frequency of sinusoidal functions and use that information to draw graphs. Pupils arrive at equations for function from graphs. They finish up the...

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#### Modeling with Trig Functions

New ReviewFind out what to do with Ferris wheels that keep going up and down. Individuals learn how to determine the frequency of a trigonometric function. Pupils use their knowledge of trigonometric functions to model periodic motions like Ferris...

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#### Period

New ReviewStretch out the curve to expand mathematical knowledge. Pupils learn the definition of period and find out how to determine it both from the graph and the equation of the function. Learners use the new skill in graphing periodic...

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#### Intro to Trigonometry

New ReviewExpand trigonometric ratios beyond right triangles. Pupils start with a review of trigonometric ratios and then take a look at angles in standard position to determine their measurements. Scholars discover how to find coterminal angles...

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#### Precalculus

Take a step beyond Algebra 2. Learners use the eBook to learn concepts from the typical Precalculus course. Content starts off with a short review of functions in general and moves on to the basic functions, finishing up with more...

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#### Algebra and Trigonometry

Move on into trigonometry. An informative eBook takes the content of a College Algebra course and adds more relating to trigonometry and trigonometric functions. The content organization allows pupils to build upon their learning by...

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#### Module 6: Modeling Periodic Behavior

Around and around we go ... again, and again, and again, and again! That's the nature of a periodic function. Young scholars learn how to model a periodic pattern with trigonometric functions. The nine-lesson unit explores the connection...

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#### Broken Spreadsheet II

Work in reverse with the product becoming the given. Using a spreadsheet image of the graph of a trigonometric function, young scholars investigate methods of creating spreadsheet data that results in the given graph. The catch? The data...

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#### Module 7: Trigonometric Functions, Equations, and Identities

Show your class that trigonometric functions have characteristics of their own. A resource explores the features of trigonometric functions. Learners then connect those concepts to inverse trigonometric functions and trigonometric...

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#### Here Comes the Sun

Many phenomena in life are periodic in nature. A task-based lesson asks scholars to explore one of these phenomena. They collect data showing the sunrise time of a specific location over the period of a year. Using the data, they create...

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#### Ferris Wheel

Wheel the resource right into your classroom. Young mathematicians use given dimensions of a Ferris wheel to write a height versus time function. They use their functions to answer a set of questions about the Ferris wheel.

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#### Scrambler

Unscramble a carnival mystery! Scholars observe a video of an overhead view of a carnival ride, The Scrambler. They then must determine mathematically where a specific car will stop after a certain amount of time.

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#### Graphing: The Ups and Downs

What do clocks and Ferris wheels have in common? Your class can model their heights using trigonometric functions! Scholars first use the Internet to find data on provided landmarks (famous clocks and Ferris wheels). Plotting this data...

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#### Tidal Waves

Periodically ship the class a trigonometric application. Pupils model the level of water in a port. Using their models, learners determine the times that a ship can safely navigate into and out of the port, along with determining other...

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#### Parametric Equations and a Heart

Trigonometry, art, and Valentine's Day come together in a creative activity about parametric equations. Learners calculate several equations before graphing them either by hand, on a graphic calculator, or Excel spreadsheet to curve...

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#### Multi-Function Data Flyer

Explore different types of functions using an interactive lesson. Learners enter functions and view the accompanying graphs. They can choose to show key features or adjust the scale of the graph.

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#### Representing Trigonometric Functions

Discover the classic example of periodicity: Ferris wheels. Young mathematicians learn about trigonometric functions through Ferris wheels. They match functions to their graphs and relate the functions to the context.