This Inverse Trigonometric Functions lesson plan also includes:
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 notation to denote the inverses. Class members move on to use inverse functions to solve trigonometric problems.
- Review the need at times to restrict the domain to create an invertible function
- Class members should understand the concept of inverse functions
- Students should have had experiences with arcsine, arccosine, and arctangent
- Provides suggestions for alternative practice methods
- Highlights where the mathematical process are used in the lesson