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#### Introducing Trig

Fifth graders explore the importance of triangles in the real world. They find the unknown side of a right triangle using a scale drawing. Students use Pythagoras' Theorem and other appropriate ratios.

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#### Graphing Polar Equations

Learners work in groups to graph groups of polar equations and investigate questions about classic curves. They discuss the answers and develop equations that are answered given the graphs and classic curves. Then students analyze the...

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#### Mathematical Wackie Wordies

In this word worksheet, 9th graders examine pictures and write a mathematical phrase to describe the picture. This one-page worksheet contains 25 problems. Answers are provided.

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#### Triangles

In this triangles worksheet, students solve for the missing angles and missing sides on the triangles given. Students complete 12 problems total.

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#### Why We Study Trigonometry

Students investigate the different properties of trigonometry. In this precalculus lesson plan, students find the six different identities of trigonometric ratios. They relate the ratios to that of a right triangle and apply it to real...

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#### Solving Trigonometry Problems in Two and Three Dimensions

In this Pre-calculus/Trigonometry worksheet, students solve trigonometry problems in two and three dimensions. The eleven page worksheet contains explanation, examples, and twenty problems. Answers are not included.

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#### Right Triangles and The Unit Circle

Students solve right triangles using trigonometry. In this geometry instructional activity, students use the unit circle to identify different trig values. They identify the six trigonometric identities.

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#### Sinusoidal Functions

Students graph sinusoidal functions. In this trigonometry lesson, students identify the midline, amplitude and period of sinusoidal functions. They create a table of data after observing the graph.

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#### Hot Wheels

Students observe the action produced by toy cars. In this geometry lesson, students discuss motion and distance as they relate to the movement of a spherical object.They collect data and make conjectures based on their data.

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#### Finding Parameters of Graphs

Young scholars identify the different parameters of functions. In this calculus lesson, students define the meaning of a standard graph and the transformation with it. They find vertical and horizontal shift.

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#### Unit Circle and Triangle

Students apply the Unit Circle to solve ratios of triangles. In this geometry lesson, students derive the different ratios of a triangle using the Pythagorean Theorem. They find the angles of a unit circle using a right triangle.

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#### Trigonometry in Action

Students examine how to apply the principles of trigonometry in authentic measurement situations. They work in groups to determine the height of an object such as a flag pole by determine the angle from their position to the top.

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#### Intro to Trigonometry

After being introduced to the basic trigonometry functions, pupils calculate the height of school landmarks. They experiment with different angles to find the correct height.

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#### As the Bird Flies

Students investigate the properties of lines and congruent triangle theorems as well as apply geometric properties and relationships to real-world mathematical problems. Given two different scenarios, they examine maps that have been...

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#### Features of the TI-89 that Maximize is Use

Young scholars explore the TI-89. In this secondary mathematics lesson, students explore special features of the TI-89 that maximize its effectiveness including folder, files and management techniques.

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#### Primate Evolution

In this evolution worksheet, high schoolers review 9 terms associated with the evolution of primates. Students place 6 terms into a crossword puzzle and 3 terms into fill in the blank statements.

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#### Worksheet 28

In this math learning exercise, students determine the solutions of the functions using the Fourier series. They also use computer to create some graphs for functions.

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#### Sled Kites and Trigonometry

Young scholars study the history of kites and their fundamental properties. In this kites lesson students divide into teams and build and fly kites.

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#### A.P. Calculus Prerequisite No Calculator Multiple-Choice and Free-Response Exam

In this A.P. Calculus pre-requisites worksheet, students solve ten multiple-choice and ten free-response questions. Many of these questions cover trigonometric functions.

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#### The Delta Flier

Young scholars make calculations in order to construct a kite in the shape of an isosceles right triangle. In this kite lesson students calculate altitude of their flying kites using a formula.

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#### Trigonometric Equations

Students solve problems using identities and properties. In this trigonometry lesson plan, students evaluate graphs and their functions. They investigate rotational motion and use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems.

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#### Ten Trigonometric Review Problems - Calculator Required

In this trigonometry review worksheet, learners convert between radians and degrees, sketch angles, evaluate trig. functions, solve for missing angles, and find the functions that satisfy the given conditions.

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#### Slope and Tangent

Students differentiate between the slope and the tangent of the horizontal. In this precalculus lesson plan, students examine slopes created by tangent lines. They observe the angle formed using properties of the unit circle.