Unit Circle Practice - Good practice for visually associating a point on a unit circle. Click "Quiz Me" and then determine the related angle (radians and degrees) and x-y coordinates. Click on the point itself to see if you're correct.

Unit Circle Practice - move the coordinate around the Unit Circle to get degree and radian measure, then test your knowledge with a quiz.

Trigonometric Function Practice Quiz - Good practice for trig functions of special angles with multiple choice questions. Optional graph may be helpful if you still aren't comfortable visualizing the relevant angle on the x-y plane.

Trig Functions in Unit Circle - Introducing the unit circle. See how the six basic trig functions (sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, cot) are represented geometrically on a unit circle. (May need to install/update Java).

Interactive Unit Circle- Move your coordinates around the unit circle to see the angle (in both radians and degrees) and see where these points map to on the sin, cos, and tan graphs.

Maths Is Fun- Trigonometry Index - find help on topics related to trigonometry

## Trigonometric Functions

## Week of 12/3

## Thursday: Right Triangle Trigonometry

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Homework: Worksheet- finish to #24 on backKhan Academy Lessons:Basic TrigonometryBasic Trigonometry IIUsing soh cah toaThe six trig ratiosUsing trig to solve for missing informationSolving a 30-60-90 triangleUnit Circle Help -if you need some help understanding the Unit CircleIntroduction to radiansRadian and degree conversion practiceRadian measure and arc lengthExample: Converting degrees to radiansExample: Converting radians to degreesRadians and degreesKhan Academy Practice:Trigonometry 0.5Trigonometry 1Reciprocal trig functionsTrigonometry 1.5Trigonometry 2Special right trianglesUnit CircleDegrees to radiansRadians to degreesRadians and degrees(combination of conversions)Interactive and Self Assessment ToolsUnit Circle Practice- Good practice for visually associating a point on a unit circle. Click "Quiz Me" and then determine the related angle (radians and degrees) and x-y coordinates. Click on the point itself to see if you're correct.Unit Circle Practice- move the coordinate around the Unit Circle to get degree and radian measure, then test your knowledge with a quiz.Trigonometric Function Practice Quiz- Good practice for trig functions of special angles with multiple choice questions. Optional graph may be helpful if you still aren't comfortable visualizing the relevant angle on the x-y plane.Trig Functions in Unit Circle- Introducing the unit circle. See how the six basic trig functions (sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, cot) are represented geometrically on a unit circle. (May need to install/update Java).Interactive Unit Circle- Move your coordinates around the unit circle to see the angle (in both radians and degrees) and see where these points map to on the sin, cos, and tan graphs.Maths Is Fun- Trigonometry Index- find help on topics related to trigonometry## Friday:

Lesson:Slides #1-9

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