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This foldable provides a great introduction to inverse trig. ratios. Under the three tabs, students will take notes on setting up the ratio and then apply the ratio in three examples where they will be asked to find a missing angle meaure, given all three side lengths of the triangle.
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Integration of Inverse Trig Functions Task Cards plus Quiz/HW Graphic Organizer
This activity is designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus, and Calculus Honors. It is part of Unit 4, Integration. Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really does work to help reinforce your lessons. Task and statio

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Also included in: Calculus Integration Bundle of Activities

This self-checking maze has 11 problems that use the inverses of the 3 trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, and tangent) to solve for unknown angles of right triangles.
Important Information
Not all boxes are used in this maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct “route”. To comp

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Also included in: Right Triangles & Trigonometry Activity Bundle

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I use scavenger hunts to review a lot of different subjects in all my classes. This one reviews finding inverse trig functions by hand. (no calculators are used) Most use the angles of special right triangles, but some require that the students draw a triangle and use Pythagorean Theorem to find t

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Included in this set are 24 task cards that ask students to find a missing angle measure using inverse trig ratios, a recording sheet, and an answer key. These cards are NOT to scale! Each card has a picture of an right triangle. Students are asked to find a missing angle measure using the informati

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Inverse Trigonometric Ratios Foldable
This is a foldable to help students organize inverse trig ratios. It is a great addition to an interactive notebook or just as a stand alone foldable in your student's notes.
There are three flaps in the foldable: sine, cosine, and tangent. Under each flap is

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This Card Sort and Foldable for Inverse Trigonometric Functions is an activity which will help your Pre-Calculus students with practice finding exact values of inverse trigonometric functions. The activity is designed as a puzzle-type sort and match. Students are given 24 puzzle pieces to match in

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Also included in: PreCalculus: Trigonometric Functions Bundle

Help your students learn the derivatives of the six inverse trig functions (not to mention practicing chain rule!) in this 16-question self-checking circuit. Once you and your students try one circuit, you will be hooked! You will love the sounds of your students working as they move through the p

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Inverse Trigonometric Functions is the eighth 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 choices for note-taking options12

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In this activity, students will find measures of indicated angles using inverse trigonometric ratios as they have fun coloring! Students will color their answers on the picture with the indicated color in order to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource

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Also included in: Geometry Skills Color By Number Bundle 1: 10 Essential Skills

Set of 20 task cards:
- 12 Use inverse trig functions to find angle measure
- 4 Find the length of the missing side--Multistep (two triangles that share a side)
- 4 Application word problems
Also included: Student Answer Sheet and Answer Key

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Inverse Trig Functions Task Cards, Organizer, HW plus QR's
This resource is designed for Trigonometry and PreCalculus Classes. The material is usually found in the Unit Analytic Trigonometry. Students generally have a difficult time with this section, yet it is needed as a prerequisite for many p

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions Unit Bundle for PreCalculus and Trigonometry

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Calculus Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions Task Cards, HW, and Organizer and moreThis activity is part of the unit on Derivatives, usually in Unit 3. It is designed for College Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, BC or Honors Calculus. Included: 13 Task Cards covering the inverse sine, cosine, tang

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Also included in: Calculus Derivatives Activity Bundle

Students will extend their understanding of trigonometric ratios to include the inverses of trigonometric functions. They will apply trigonometric ratios and their inverses to a variety of real-world problems, including in the context of special right triangles. This mission is aligned with Common C

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Inverse Trig Cheat Sheet - everything a Trig/Pre-Calc/Alg. II student needs to navigate the lovely would of inverse trig. I used this in precalc and they loved it .... They were finally making some decent connections.

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This is a review game that I use to motivate my students to memorize the values of the inverse trig functions. It's basically a game of Bingo, but with the inverse trig functions as what you call out.
The game includes the "call cards" and the game boards.
Students really enjoy playing it.

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Trigonometry: Finding the Angle of a Right Triangle with Inverse Trig FunctionsThere are two sets of 16 Task Cards, one with QR codes and one without. Students are find an angle of a right triangle with Inverse Trigonometric Functions. The triangles pictured are not drawn to scale. They also are

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Also included in: Right Triangle Ratios Bundle

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This is a PowerPoint lesson that shows how to compute inverse trigonometric functions. It also shows how, and why, the domains of each are restricted.
For a fun way to review Inverse Trig Functions, try:
Inverse Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt
Fun ways to review Trig Topics:
Trig Values – Partner

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Inverse Trig Functions Tri-Fold Interactive Foldable Organizer can be used with Interactive Notebooks
Great organizational tool for your students to grasp the concepts and get practice with Inverse Trig Functions. Your students fill-in the properties and then practice sixteen well chosen repres

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions Unit Bundle for PreCalculus and Trigonometry

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Calculus: Inverse Trig Functions Integration
This lesson is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Calculus 1, and Calculus Honors. It is the thirteenth lesson from Unit 4, Integration.
The lesson includes:
♦ Guided Notes handout
♦ Fully-editable SmartBoard presentation
♦ Homework

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This graphing calculator activity incorporates the TI84 or TI84C graphing calculator to discover the inverse function for the three basic trigonometric functions. It begins with discovering some inverse functions that are not trigonometric. The first function explored is y = 2x + 1. Students lear

Incorporate technology in your classroom with this activity that uses QR codes to provide practice with trig and inverse trig ratios in right triangles. Place the activity cards in random locations around the classroom. Each student (or pairs of students) scans a QR code to retrieve an image of a ri

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Inverse Trig Worksheet:
This activity allows student to practice simplifying 10 inverse trigonometric functions. Students will need to find the exact values without a calculator. The students will then use their answers to solve the math fun fact! *Answer key included*
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This self checking worksheet studies the composition of trig functions: inverse trig function of a trig function or vice versa (arcsin (sin(5pi/4)) or (tan (arcsin pi/2)). My trig students were challenged with this worksheet, but my Calculus students had no trouble with it. Upon completion, the

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