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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 2: Trigonometric Functions

Building on young mathematicians prior knowledge of geometry and algebraic functions, this 17-lesson unit introduces the topic of trigonometric ratios. Starting with the basic definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent, students move on to...

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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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#### High School Math Handouts

A collection of different resources can augment any math curriculum. Sheets can be printed, posted on the wall, or emailed to students for use in the classroom.

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#### Functions: High School Common Core Math

The high school math student should function as well as this collection does. Every standard in the Common Core Functions guide is covered with such resources as lesson plans, worksheets, and videos. Use what you need and put the fun...

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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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#### Are You Pulling My Trig?

Build on students' knowledge about triangles with this introductory lesson on trigonometric ratios. After first exploring key terms in a scavenger hunt activity, students solve a series of guided and independent practice problems dealing...

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#### Limits of Trig Functions: Everything You Need to Know!

Discover how to find limits of trigonometric functions. Viewers learn a strategy to calculate limits of trigonometric functions. They see how an expression can be rewritten to one whose limits are already known.

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#### The Trigonometric Ratios: Lesson

SOH, what is this thing called trigonometric ratios? A section of an extensive playlist on geometry identifies the adjacent and opposite sides in relationship of an angle. Using the identified sides, the video defines the sine, cosine,...

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#### Trigonometric Ratios with a Calculator: Lesson

Calculators ... they are more efficient than tables. Using two 30-60 right triangles, the segment of a playlist on geometry shows that trigonometric ratios for an angle are the same independent of the size of the triangle. The video...

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#### Trig Transformations

Learners investigate trigonometric function. In this Algebra II lesson, students explore functional notation and transformational graphing of trigonometric functions.

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#### Applications of Trigonometric Functions

Using trigonometric ratios to solve geometry and application problems is the focus of this detailed problem set and solution presentation. The presentation covers many ways to use trigonometry, from finding missing measures in right...

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#### Trigonometric Ratios: Sine

What happens when you don't have enough information to use the Pythagorean Theorem? Time for some trig! The second lesson in a series of four introduces the definition of sine, teaches how to find the sine ratio of a right triangle, and...

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#### Worksheet 9: Trig Functions

For this math worksheet, students are given 7 problems in which they write expressions for trig functions, compute limits and graph functions.

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#### Trigonometric Identities and Laws

Your learners will appreciate this handy resource when they are working with various trigonometry problems. The most common trigonometric identities and laws are all typed on one page.

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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: Arccos

In the third video on inverse trigonometric functions, Sal follows a format similar to the last two. He finds the value for the arcos (-1/2) and shows the restricted domain of the arccos function. He also finds the value for cos(arccos...

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#### Trig Graph

You and your learners will enjoy having many copies of this trigonometric graph set on the Cartesian coordinate grid with a domain running from -360 degrees to 360 degrees and a range running from -2 to 2.

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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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#### 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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#### Basic Trigonometric Ratios

In this trigonometric ratio worksheet, students determine the length of a side of a right triangle, or the measurement of angles using trigonometric ratios. This one-page worksheet contains 24 problems. Answers are provided at the bottom...

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#### Module 6: Trigonometric Functions

Create trigonometric functions from circles. The first lesson of the module begins by finding coordinates along a circular path created by a Ferris Wheel. As the lessons progress, pupils graph trigonometric functions and relate them to...