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  • Course Code
    MA.MA023S
    Content Area
    Math
    Description
    Trigonometry is designed for the students who will continue on to Pre-calculus or for the college-bound student.  Trigonometric topics include applying properties of the unit circle, utilizing trigonometric identities to solve problems, and graphing the six trigonometric functions.

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Unit Description
Details
1Trigonometric Functions
The student will analyze, apply and demonstrate the properties of the 6 trigonometric functions along with the special right triangles and pythagorean theorem. (degrees only)

2Unit Circle
The student will explore the unit circle to define the 6 trig functions and how it correlates to the special right triangles. They will understand the relationship between degree and radian measure, evaluate the 6 trig functions and find the angle for a given trig ratio.

3Graphing Trigonometric Functions
The student will graph the six trig functions, apply transformations to their graphs and write trig equations that model periodic phenomena.

4Trigonometric Identities
The student will be able to utilize, apply and prove trigonometric identities.

5Solving Trigonometric Equations
The student will utilize trigonometric properties and formulas to solve equations involving trig functions.
6Applications for Trigonometry
Students will find the area and missing sides and angles of oblique triangles for real-world and mathematical problems.