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These notes correspond with my Derivatives of Trig and Inverse Trig Functions PowerPoint. Students may follow along as you go through the power point and make their own notes. This hopefully saves time and allows students to focus more on the concept rather than trying to get everything written down

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This classroom resource, Integration of Inverse Trig Functions Task Cards plus Quiz/HW Graphic Organizer, will give your students extra practice with this difficult topic.This topic, Integration of Inverse Trig Functions, is found in the Integration / Area Unit, usually in Unit 4, for College Calcu

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Also included in: Calculus Integration Bundled Unit

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

Your PreCalculus Honors students will have foldables, guided notes, homework, and a content quiz in this eighth lesson of an eleven-lesson unit on Trigonometric Functions that cover the concepts of trigonometry in depth.Students will be able to:★ Relate inverse properties to trigonometric functionsT

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions MEGA Bundle (PreCalculus - Unit 4)

This resource ion Inverse (Composite) Trig Functions contains Task Cards, Organizer, HW , plus QR's and is designed for Trigonometry and PreCalculus Classes. This topic is usually found in the Unit Analytic Trigonometry. Students generally have a difficult time with this section, yet it is needed

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

This Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions Task Cards, HW, and Organizer is from the unit on Derivatives, usually in Unit 2. It is designed for College Calculus 1, AP Calculus, or Honors Calculus and will give your students the practice and rigors they need to succeed. Included: 13 Task Cards co

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Also included in: Calculus Derivatives Differentiation Unit Bundle

Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions Calculus Lesson:Your AP Calculus students will apply the properties of inverse functions to find derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. Your students will have guided notes, homework, and a content quiz on Derivatives of Inverse Functions that

Also included in: Calculus Differentiation - Part 2 MEGA Bundle (Unit 3)

Inverse Trig Functions Tri-Fold Interactive Foldable Organizer can be used with Interactive Notebooks and is 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

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Also included in: Trigonometry Bundle of Activities for PreCalculus

Included in this zip folder are 10 PDF files. 3 are instruction files and 6 are assignments. A brief description of each:
Instruction file #1 is a 35 page file. There are 17 formative assessment questions over function values and inverse function values. The idea of limiting a domain for reverse

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Inverse Trigonometric Functions has always been a difficult topic for students. This resource, designed for Trigonometry and PreCalculus Classes, and usually found in PreCalculus Unit 4 - Trigonometry Functions, will give your students the practice and rigor they need to succeed. In addition, it h

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Also included in: PreCalculus Unit 4 Trig Functions Digital Bundle Activities Distance Learning

More Inverse Trigonometric Functions is a bonus lesson in an eleven-lesson unit on Trigonometric Functions designed for Pre-Calculus Honors students who have a solid foundation in basic geometry. You may choose between TI-84 and TI-Nspire instructional options, if you want to teach this lesson, you

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions MEGA Bundle (PreCalculus - Unit 4)

Included in this zip folder are 8 PDF files. 2 are instruction files and 6 are assignments. A brief description of each:
Instruction file #1 is a 35 slide file. There are 17 formative assessment questions over function values and inverse function values. The idea of limiting a domain for reverse ma

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This set of foldables for Pre-Calculus students covers inverse trigonometric functions. This is the fifth lesson in Unit 4 Trigonometric Functions for Pre-Calculus
Included in this resource
- Color-coded graphic organizers on using inverse trigonometric functions
- Black-line master graphic organ

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions PreCalculus Curriculum Unit 4 Notes only Bundle

This foldable Flip Book is the perfect way to teach graphing the inverse trig functions to you Trigonometry or PreCalculus students. Your students will learn how to graph the inverse sin, cosine, and tangent functions. The methods use can be applied to the other inverse trig functions. Notes are inc

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

This lesson begins with a review of inverse trigonometric functions. Students are reminded that in order for a function to have an inverse, it must be one-to-one. There is plenty of graphing practice here. In addition, students use implicit differentiation to find the derivatives of the inverse t

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Also included in: AP Calculus: Techniques of Differentiation Unit Bundle

Included in this zip folder are 8 SMART Notebook files. 2 are instruction files and 6 are assignments. A brief description of each:
Instruction file #1 is a 35 slide file. There are 17 formative assessment questions over function values and inverse function values. The idea of limiting a domain fo

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This is topic 18 in my AP Calculus curriculum. This PowerPoint guides students through how to apply the derivative rules for trig and inverse trig functions. You may either have students go through the PowerPoint on their own or you may do it as a whole class. It is best used with the corresponding

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This comprehensive notes packet is a perfect supplementary or instructional material for students who are just beginning to learn how to use trig and inverse trig functions, students who need additional support in learning the concept, or for any student who can use it as a study guide to review fo

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AP Calculus
This will be an on going series. In the weeks to come, I will finish uploading all "teacher versions" of the notes as well as HW and its answer key. There are 19 sections to the course. The course covers all the material that will be covered on the AP calculus exam. This series will be

STOP SPENDING YOUR EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS MAKING NOTES! One of the most draining and tiresome parts of a teachers job is the amount of (unpaid) time spent outside the classroom preparing for the next day, week, and month. I have been a high school math teacher for seven years and have designed these

This 28-question circuit was written by honors precalculus teacher, Jennifer McManus and it is challenging! Rigorous! I love it! I haven't even finished it yet because I keep messing up -- so be careful.
It is so wonderful that she wants to share it with everyone for free!
Work this one BEFORE

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