### We found 254 reviewed resources for solving trigonometric equations

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#### Fun Trig Problem

If solving trigonometric equations is your idea of fun, then this video is correctly titled. Here Sal uses trigonometric identities, the quadratic formula, and inverse trigonometric functions to solve a trigonometric equation sent in by...

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#### Fun Trig Problem

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#### Solving Trigonometric Equations

Pupils will investigate trigonometric equations. For this trigonometry lesson, they explore solving equations using a TI-83 calculator and solve trigonometric equations by graphing each side of the equation as a function and locating the...

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#### Rational Equations

Algebra and geometry learners have room to show their work on this worksheet that includes solving rational equations and right triangle trigonometric equations. A knowledge of solving linear and quadratic equations is a prerequisite to...

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#### Trigonometric Equations

In this trigonometric equations worksheet, 11th graders solve 10 different problems that include trigonometric functions. First, they order the equation in terms of one equation and one angle. Then, students write the equation as one...

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#### Trigonometry Worksheet: Trigonmetric Equations (2)

In this trigonometry equations instructional activity, students solve trigonometric equations containing secants. This one-page instructional activity contains one problem. Answers are provided.

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#### Solving Quadratic Equations

Scholars first complete an individual assignment using a quadratic equation to model the movement of a bus around a corner. Learners then discuss their solutions with classmates and analyze the provided sample responses.

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#### Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Build on the understanding of finding angles using trigonometric ratios. Pupils develop the definitions of inverse trigonometric functions by restricting their domains in the 13th lesson of a 16-part series. They use inverse functional...

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#### Trigonometry Review

In this trigonometry worksheet, students solve trigonometric equations, prove trigonometric identities, and graph trigonometric functions. The four page worksheet contains sixteen questions. Answers are not included.

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#### Math Honors 2: Trigonometry Review Questions

In this Algebra II/Trigonometry worksheet, students solve problems involving angle of depression or elevation, evaluate trigonometric expressions, solve trigonometric equations, and graph trigonometric functions. The one page worksheet...

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#### Trigonometric Identities

Investigate the properties of a Unit Circle, wahoo! Your class will memorize the basic identities of sine, cosine, and tangent. Then those smart cookies can investigate the negative of an angle measure using sine and cosine. Included are...

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#### Solving Problems Using Sine and Cosine

Concepts are only valuable if they are applicable. An informative resource uses concepts developed in lessons 26 and 27 in a 36-part series. Scholars write equations and solve for missing side lengths for given right triangles. When...

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#### Inverse Trig Functions: Arcsin

Sal defines the concept of inverse trigonometric functions and completes two examples of arcsin. Specifically, he finds the value of the arcsin (sqroot2/2) and arcsin (sqroot3/2). He also talks about the restricted domain of arcsin...

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#### Inverse Trig Functions: Arctan

Continuing with inverse trigonometric functions, Sal finds the value for tan^-1-1. He also shows the restricted domain of the arctan function.

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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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#### Ferris Wheel Trig Problem

The next time you are at an amusement park you may want to consider all the interesting math problems you could do! Using trigonometric ratios, some logic and algebra, Sal solves a problem in this video of finding a person's height off...

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#### Inverse Trig Functions

Learners solve and graph 10 different problems that are the inverses of various trig functions. First, they determine which equation is equivalent to a given equation. Then, they find an angle of a right triangle, given its leg lengths....

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#### Modeling with Inverse Trigonometric Functions 2

Use inverse trigonometric functions to work with ramps, rabbits, and Talladega. The class models real-world situations with trigonometric functions and solves them using inverses in the 15th installment of a 16-part series. Pupils solve...

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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.

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#### Solving Quadratic Trigonometric Equations

For this trigonometry worksheet, students solve quadratic trigonometric equations. The seven page worksheet contains explanation, examples, and sixteen multi-part questions. Answers are not included.

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#### Ferris Wheels—Using Trigonometric Functions to Model Cyclical Behavior

Have class members going in circles as they model the path of a Ferris Wheel using trigonometric functions. Building on the previous lesson in this series on transformations, learners use trigonometric functions to model wheels of...

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#### Introduction to Trigonometric Functions

Scholars first learn the definitions of the sine ratio, the cosine ratio, and the tangent ratio. After mastering these definitions, they use the new information to solve triangles.

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#### Trigonometric System Example

Sal solves a challenging problem that consists of a system of three trigonometric equations and three unknowns.

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#### Intro to the Trigonometric Ratios

This video introduces the basics of trigonometry. It starts by defining a right triangle and showing two different examples of finding the ratios of sine, cosine, and tangent using the SOH-CAH-TOA mnemonic. This resource could be used as...