trigonometry
high school math honors course  one semester .5 credit
Trigonometry is a fiveunit elective course for high school students who have successfully completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. The materials cover a development of trigonometry from right triangle trigonometry to oblique triangles and the polar plane. Throughout the course, students will develop trigonometric formulas and use them in realworld applications, evaluate trigonometric proofs using complex trigonometric identities and solving trigonometric equations with regard to the unit circle

UNIT 1  RIGHT TRIANGLE TRIGONOMETRY

UNIT 2  GRAPHING AND INVERSE FUNCTIONS



UNIT 3  ANALYTIC TRIGONOMETRY

UNIT 4  TRIGONOMETRIC APPLICATIONS



UNIT 5  POLAR COORDINATES

UNIT 6  COURSE REVIEW AND EXAM




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