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Algebra 2H 6.22 Algebra 2H Group Practice Test Unit 6 Spring 2017 (Editable)
When my students are learning to apply the following concepts: - Solving equations using logarithms - Compound and Continuous Interest - Domain of a function - Properties of Logarithms - Summation (Sigma) Notation - Arithmetic vs. Geometric Sequences, Series, and Partial Sums - Graphing logs - Rati
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Algebra 2H 5.17 Group Practice Test Unit 5 Spring 2017 (Editable)
When my students are learning to apply the following concepts: - Right triangle trigonometry - Special right triangles and special angles - SOH CAH TOA - Law of Sines - Law of Cosines - Six Trigonometric Functions - Degrees and Radians - Trigonometric Identities ...they need a lot of assistance fr
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Polar and Parametric Equations (PreCalculus Curriculum - Unit 7)
Polar and Parametric Equations (PreCalculus Curriculum - Unit 7) This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:• The Polar Coordinate System; Graphing Polar Coordinates• The Polar Distance Formula• Basic Polar Equat
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IB Topics Quiz Review (Editable)
When my IB Math SL students begin my course, they have completed a sequence of six summer worksheets. When I see them after the summer, I present them with a series of the six "topics" worksheets for IB Math SL: Topic 1: Algebra Topic 2: Functions and Equations Topic 3: Circular Functions and Trig
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Composite Argument Formulae: Trigonometry: Deriving sin(a+b), cos(a+b), tan(a+b)
This has to be one of my favorite discovery lessons for my trigonometry students! With only right-triangle trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA) and some good algebra skills, my trigonometry students successfully derive the following formulas: cos(a+b)=cos(a)cos(b) - sin(a)sin(b) sin(a+b) = cos(a)sin(b) + sin(
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