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This is a maze where students are asked to find the missing angle measure, x. They are given a variety of different types of angle pairs and must use what they know about angle relationships to complete the maze. To correctly complete the maze students must solve a total of 22 questions.
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This is an excellent activity to develop the mathematics of upwardly fired projectiles. It has low error, uses a free app for measuring motion and students must work as a team.
Students work in groups of 4 to toss a tennis ball or similar item a horizontal distance of 4-6 meters between them and v

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This bank consists of 15 multiple choice (bimodal) trig problems. For each trig functions the angles from 0Â° to 330Â° are randomly selected (Problems #1 thru 6). Or the angles from 0 radians to 11Ï€/6 radians (Problems #7 thru 12). The final 3 problems are inverse trig MC problems: arcsin, arcc

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This sheet has a table of all six trigonometric functions for all the common angles. It also contains a picture of the unit circle with all the common angles in both degrees and radians and the points on the circle. All numbers are in fraction form and are rationalized.

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The purpose of this project is to give your students a deeper understanding of the use of trigonometry in analyzing various types of triangles. It will also provide them with an interesting and colorful way to display various triangles and their properties and dimensions in a single area so that th

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Students practice the basics of Radians and Degrees by walking around the room to 16 stations, instead of sitting in a chair. Easy for students and teachers to check understanding since finding the answer, located in a different part of the room, is part of the activity. Topics include: Angle Conv

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In this activity, students will
-answer the riddle, "Why did the dentist get into trouble for telling jokes?"
-write equations of sinusoids from a wave and ferris wheel standpoint in the form y=a sin(b(x-h)+k
-answer questions relative to the equation that they derived
Author: Matt Lora, general p

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Students intigrate math and co-operation in a team enviroment to solve how to measure any building or tree. If you wanted to take this a step further, you could ask them, after the class project is completed on how they would measure a valley.

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At the high end of applied Trigonometry in Analytic Algebra or Precalculus courses we encounter the Rotation of Axes, always with conics. There is a practical use for this technology because it teaches us to interrelate quantities in different frames of reference.
The actual rotation requires sig

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This is a pictorial derivation of the sine and cosine of the sum of two angles. It has helped us to understand the outcome by actually seeing the quantities in play. And, for our visual students, the concept is solidified.
We suggest that you use this as a handout to accompany your presentation

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We solve triangles using the three laws: Cosines, Sines and Tangents - in addition we show derivations of the three laws and, in the case of the law of tangents, Newton's Formula.
As our presentation is rather parsimonius, we offer talking points in the vocabulary section.
We suggest the use of th

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This is an dynamic,interactive demonstration for Unit Circle in trig.sin,cos ratios do not depend of the length of the radius.
And similarly for the remaining functions.Therefore, we may
choose any radius we please.
Typically, we take r = 1. That is called the UNIT CIRCLE.

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Trigonometry Teachers!
Are you tired of using the laws of sines and cosines to calculate accurately the unknown sides and angles of triangles? Are you frustrated at the time it takes to generate two solutions to "the ambiguous case" when there are two possible solutions for a triangle? Look no

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The Penny Farthing Puzzle gives students practice calculating angles and edge lengths of right triangles. Your struggling students will be engaged learning the curriculum while your top students can get wrapped up in problem solving.
This puzzle is good to engage students for 45 minutes.
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All of the problems in my multi-grade database of 42,500+ problems are of 4 difficulty levels--level 1 being the simplest and level 4 being the most difficult. These particular problems are most of the ones at this level in the high school FUNCTIONS Domains.
TARGET STUDENTS: gifted classes, gifted

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Tipos de Ángulos y sus Características para Imprimir
Material que te ayudará a emplear la enseñanza de los diferentes tipos de ángulos ángulos y sus características que el niño aprenderá de una forma sencilla, el objetivo de este material es que el tutor muestre a los niños con ayuda de las imágene

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This ho-hum crasher activity introduces right triangles to students. Each team of three works together to create 3D knowledge cubes about right triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem. Once the cubes are constructed, teams stack them so that four sides reflect a topic about right triangles (parts of

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70 different Do Now's with answer keys, covering various trig concepts.
Each contains 3 or 4 problems.

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This great activity is a self-checking loop of problems. This set is all to do with finding specific of cosine and sine of a given angle . Students choose to start with any question they'd like, determine the answer, and look for it around the room. Once they find the answer, they complete the quest

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This worksheet provide students with inverse trigonometry problems.
It can be used as a class exercise, homework, or as a quiz.
The solutions to this worksheet are available separately.

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A skills worksheet for students to practice degree/radian conversions. No calculators allowed for the entire graphing unit since most will do basic trig functions.

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