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Review of angles and triangles

Practice exercise solutions

Introduction of the trigonometric functions sine, cosine, and tangent

Practice exercise solutions

Review of graphing on a number line and a Cartesian plane

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Introduction of the reciprocal functions secant, cosecant, and cotangent

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Introduction of cofunctions

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How to use the special triangles

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How to convert between degrees and radians

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Exam review

Exam for Unit 2

How to solve right triangles

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Problems related to angle of elevation or depression

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How right triangles apply to life

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Introduction of the Law of Sines to solve SAA or ASA triangles

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How to use the Law of Sines for SSA triangles

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Introduction of the Law of Cosines to solve SSS and SAS triangles

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Formulas to find area of non-right triangles

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Exam review

Exam for Unit 3

Study of angles on the Cartesian plane

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How to find functions using points on the Cartesian plane

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Reducing large angles to a reference angle

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Construction of the unit circle

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Exam review

Exam for Unit 4

Review of domain and range and introduction to even/odd functions

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How to construct the graph of sine and cosine

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Scaling the graphs of sine and cosine

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Translating the graphs of sine and cosine

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How to graph tangent and cotangent

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How to graph secant and cosecant

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Exam review

Exam for Unit 5

Formulas for arc length and linear and angular velocity

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How trigonometry applies to compass bearing

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Formulas related to simple harmonic motion

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Introduction of vectors

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Exam review

Exam for unit 6

Fundamental trigonometric identities

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How to solve functions including non-special angles using a sum or a difference

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How to solve functions including non-special angles using double the angle

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How to solve functions including non-special angles using half the angle

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How to solve products of trigonometric functions

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How to solve trigonometric equations

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Exam review (7.1 and 7.7)

Exam review (7.2-7.6)

Exam for Unit 7

Exam review

Final exam

**Course Overview**

Understanding Trigonometry is a course comprised of 7 units that cover the spectrum of lessons related to the functions of triangles. These lessons are intended as a stepping stone to further advanced math courses such as Calculus.

**Units**

Unit 1 covers basic information needed as a foundation to be built upon.

Unit 2 introduces the six trigonometric functions.

Unit 3 covers right triangles, how to solve them, and their applications.

Unit 4 covers angles on the Cartesian plane.

Unit 5 covers the graphs of the trigonometric functions.

Unit 6 covers applications of trigonometry.

Unit 7 covers trigonometric identities and equations.

**Contents**

78 total videos

7 units

34 video lessons

35 online quizzes and exams

35 sets of practice exercises

35 practice exercise solution videos (I correct each worksheet problem on the board one by one)

180 review questions

6 unit exams (pdf)

1 final exam (pdf)

Exam answer keys

Formulas and other visual helps for each lesson

**Course Goals**

Upon course completion, students will be prepared for more advanced math courses.

**Target Audience**

This course is intended for high school or college students that plan on taking Calculus.

**Course Requirements**

Students taking this course will need to have completed Algebra and Geometry.

- Teacher: Rebekah
- Areas of expertise: Math and science
- Education: Bachelor's in Math and Master's in Education
- Interests: I love to learn! I read and listen to podcasts a lot. I also like music, spending time outdoors, and talking with friends.
- Skills: I can play the piano, saxophone, cello, clarinet, and I sing.
- Associations: I am licensed through American Association of Christian Schools.
- Issues I care about: I am passionate about education. Parents should be able to choose what kind of education they want their children to have, and every child should have access to a quality education.

My life's passion is to help students understand math. I love teaching and enjoy spending time making math easier to understand for students of all ages.

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

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This 30 lesson course is the equivalent of a semester long course that a student would take in high school. Each lesson includes a review exercise and a lesson quiz. Each unit concludes with a unit assessment.
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This is a basic introductory chemistry course. Topics include scientific foundations (metric system, dimensional analysis, and scientific notation), states of matter, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonding and naming, reactions, stoichiometry, and limiting reagents.
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