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Perfect for Interactive Notebooks. Graphing the Sine and Cosine Flip Book with HW / Quiz for Trigonometry, PreCalculus, and some Algebra 2 classes. This Graphing the Sine and Cosine mini bundle reinforces and reviews Amplitude, Phase Shift, Period, Vertical Shift, finding the End Points, and graph
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This activity introduces graphing sine and cosine functions in a fun way! By using uncooked pasta, students will use the unit circle to discover the shape, amplitude, and period of the sine and cosine graphs. The PowerPoint walks students through the activity and illustrates the shape of the graph
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PreCalculus, Trigonometry: Graphs of Sine and Cosine Here is the sixth lesson in an eleven-lesson unit on Trigonometric Functions designed for Pre-Calculus Honors students who have a solid foundation in basic geometry. The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson: ✎ Two cho
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Pre Calculus Trigonometry Graphing Quiz In this packet you will find two versions of a trig graphing quiz. *In the first quiz there are 8 questions. Four of the questions ask students to find the equation of the given trig graph. The other four questions ask students to graph the given equation.
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This is a wheel of fortune type game is focused on the study of the graphs of sinusoids. Questions focus on writing equations, determine period, amplitude, frequency and domain and range. Student solve problems while trying to determine the answer to a riddle.
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This is a game for high school math students; it should be used after introducing sine and cosine graphs and their transformations. The game is based on the children's board game Guess Who? in which pairs of students take turns asking questions about sine/cosine functions and their graphs in order
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This product is a result of explaining to a confused daughter how to graph trig functions without looking at formulas, other words, just making sense of it. She was so pleased that she taught others how to do it. This involves looking at various graphs in increasing complexity (5 sets of graphs)and
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I use this as an interactive notebook (toolkit) entry to break apart the different transformations of the sine and cosine function
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I like for my students to have a "hands-on" experience with graphing a sine wave, because they quickly clue into the symmetries involved. Although they use their graphing calculators for this activity, most of it is conceptual and visual, requiring them to approximate solutions of the inverse sine
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This is a wonderful learning document that will allow your students to see how the points on the unit circle create the points on the graphs of the sine and cosine functions. Your students will be asked to graph, write in response to a prompt, speak of transformations of parent sine and cosine grap
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This lesson is used to teach Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions -Amplitude and Period. It is the first of my 5-lesson bundle I use to teach Graphing Trigonometric Functions. This lesson consists of Student Fill-in-the-blank Notes (2 pages) and PowerPoint Presentation (18 slides). Includes definiti
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This is a worksheet that covers graphing sine and cosine with amplitude, period, and vertical shifts. Phase shifts are NOT covered in this worksheet. Students are also asked to write a function from a graph. Answer key is the preview.
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Students will use a unit circle and spaghetti to model the sine and cosine functions. This makes the connection to the trig functions modeling the motion around the unit circle.
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This non-calculator activity will engage the students in creating the graphs for y=sin r, y= cos r and y = tan r from the unit circle. Students use the x-coordinate, the y-coordinate, or the quotient of the y-coordinate and x-coordinate to graph the three functions.
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This worksheet includes 8 problems. Each problem has an amplitude change, a period change, a vertical shift and a horizontal shift.
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WS 1: Graphing Sine, Cosine, and Tangent with single transformation WS 2: Graphing SIne, Cosine, and Tangent with single transformation WS 3: Graphing SIne, Cosine, and Tangent with 2 or 3 transformations
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Students use calculators to generate a table of values for the sine function then graph the wave. After completing the graph the student is led to look for patterns so the graph can be done without the use of a calculator and table. There are guided questions regarding the characteristics of the g
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Instruction of graphing Sine and Cosine functions with only values of a and b involved. Each graph is compared to the parent Sine or Cosine graph to show changes in Amplitude and Period.
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This worksheet is great for a Pre-Calculus or Trig class when you are introducing sine and cosine graphs and do not want to throw graphing period changes at the same time as everything else. This worksheet has students practice graphing sine and cosine with different amplitudes, both positive and ne
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- Sine and cosine functions - Amplitude, period, frequency - Transformation of sine and cosine functions - Graphing sine and cosine functions
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- Sine and cosine functions - Amplitude, period, frequency - Transformation of sine and cosine functions - Graphing sine and cosine functions
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- Sine and cosine functions - Amplitude, period, frequency - Transformation of sine and cosine functions - Graphing sine and cosine functions
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Graphs of SIne and Cosine functions with a, b, and d values involved. Shows how the parent Sine or Cosine function is transformed by the Amplitude, Period, and a Vertical Shift.
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Students use calculators to generate a table of values for the negative sine function then graph the wave. After completing the graph the student is led to look for patterns so the graph can be done without the use of a calculator and table. There are guided questions regarding the characteristics o
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This worksheet is designed to help students with graphing one cycle of the sine and cosine waves. It assumes they have a TI graphing calculator. I have found that students get a good sense of the rotational and reflectional symmetry in the graphs when they graph these sinusoids by hand. I use thi
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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a sine function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson. NOTE: Math Type 5.0 was used to create this worksheet. Make certain
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Graphing sine and cosine curves with dilations, reflections and translations. Determining period, amplitude, coordinates of endpoints and axis intercepts. Useful strategies how to sketch the graphs by hand and using technology. Writing equations of a given graph. Stating which transformations were a
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Given the graph, determine the amplitude, period, and write the equation of a Sine or Cosine function.
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This is the fourth in a series of major trigonometry topics, adapted from lessons that I wrote for homeschoolers. There is a great deal of detail and time spent on the sine function, with the same ideas then applied to the cosine and tangent functions. A section on how to work through an application
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Students will use special right triangles to scale to help measure the actual lengths used in the unit circle to find sine and cosine. Suggested use with the unit circle to verify actual lengths.
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This worksheet practices sketching sines and cosines in degrees. Amplitude, period, and vertical and horizontal shifts are included.
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- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point - state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the basic function) the phase shift and vertical translation - constructing a sinusoidal model using time (tide) - applications involving sine and
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- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point - state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the basic function) the phase shift and vertical translation - constructing a sinusoidal model using time (tide) - applications involving sine and
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- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point - state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the basic function) the phase shift and vertical translation - constructing a sinusoidal model using time (tide) - applications involving sine and
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Problems around the room. Students graphing the equations. There is an answer key so they can check their work or you can.
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Students will match 10 graphs to 10 sine or cosine equations by finding the amplitude and period of each function. Students will then identify the amplitude and period of other sine and cosine functions, although they will not be required to graph. Students can work as a group or by themselves. Thi
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This activity will guide you through the steps of graphing sine and cosine curves. The lesson included directions and practice for graphing sinusoidal functions by finding transformed 5 key points. This practice worksheet is guided and contains scaled graphs.
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Graphing Sine and Cosine Curves. Includes table and graph paper.
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This is a quiz over graphing sine and cosine with period and amplitude changes.
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- Graphing sine functions - Amplitude of sine function - Period of sine function - Graphing cosine functions - Amplitude of cosine function - Period of cosine function - Modeling periodic behavior - Modeling periodic behavior with technology
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- Sine and cosine functions - Amplitude, period, frequency - Transformation of sine and cosine functions - Graphing sine and cosine functions - construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point - state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the b
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- Graphing sine functions - Amplitude of sine function - Period of sine function
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- Graphing sine functions - Amplitude of sine function - Period of sine function
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- Graphing sine functions - Amplitude of sine function - Period of sine function
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Lesson 13 – Graphing the Sine Cosine and Tangent Function is a lesson for Algebra 2. This lesson covers how to graph these functions and their transformations . In this bundle, you get the SmartBoard notes for the lesson, the SmartBoard filled in notes, the note guide for the students to go along wi
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- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point - state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the basic function) the phase shift and vertical translation - constructing a sinusoidal model using time (tide) - applications involving sine and
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- Graphing cosine functions - Amplitude of cosine function - Period of cosine function
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- Graphing cosine functions - Amplitude of cosine function - Period of cosine function
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