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Integration of Inverse Trig Functions Task Cards plus Quiz/HW Graphic OrganizerThis 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 station

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Also included in: Calculus Integration Bundled Unit

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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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

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 Bundle of Activities for First Semester

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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This circuit activity consists of 10 stations in which students practice finding the derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. The equations require the use of both the power rule and Chain Rule. This activity was written for an AP Calculus AB coursePrint the 10 problems and scatter around th

This powerpoint reviews the graphs of the inverses of the 6 trig functions and the principal values (or values to ensure they are functions).
It also has problems from precalculus, determining values of the trig functions (inverses).
It states the 6 derivatives of the inverse trig functions.
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In this CLUE GAME, students will practice solving inverse trig problems (including compositions of inverse trig) to solve a mystery. Students will love practicing a basic skill, getting feedback on their answers, all while discovering what prisoner has escaped in town, where they are hiding, and wha

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Calculus Differentiation - Derivatives of Inverse Trig FunctionsThis resource contains total of 20 problems. Students will practice differentiation of common and composite inverse trig functions.The packet has 2 worksheets: ⟐ The first worksheet has the students finding the first derivatives of 10

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Also included in: Calculus: DERIVATIVES growing BUNDLE of Activities & WS Packets(24 Products now)

Students cut out triangles which they match to form a diamond shape. Matches involve evaluating in exact value inverse trig function to it's angle measure. This puzzle uses mostly sine, cosine and tangent. There are some expressions that involve evaluating the trig function of and inverse trig funct

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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

This lesson on how to derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions is intended for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus.
The idea about the derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions is quite difficult to grasp in the first level of calculus.
In th

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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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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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10 stations (students can go in any order) (pages 2-11) to post on your classroom walls, that involve the students having to take the derivative of one of the inverse trig functions (with an emphasis on arcsin(x) and arctan(x)). Different notations for inverse and derivative are used. The answer r

This activity sheet has 15 conceptually based questions using inverse trigonometric functions to complete integrations. Both indefinite and definite integrals are used. In many problems students also need to use u-substitution. In one problem, students are asked to prove one indefinite integral.

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Also included in: A Bundle of Activity Sheets for Calculus - 3

This offering is a "mathacrostics" puzzle affording teachers and students another opportunity to practice and/or review finding derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. It is intended to help students prepare for the no-calculator part of the AB AP calculus test. For this reason (and several

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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

This is a hangman game. There are 26 problems - one for each letter of the alphabet - and a puzzle page. The students are to pick a letter and work the problem. If the solution is on the puzzle page, they are to fill in the letter of the problem in all spots where the solution is located. If th

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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Calculus Back to School with the coolest Calculus and PreCalculus resource! Now Updated with many new references and resources for 2018-2019! Nothing else like it! This is a must-have for AP Calculus teachers or any Calculus teacher, high school, dual enrollment, or college. Great for PreCalcul

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These 36 cards are in six sets of six cards. Each of the six sets focuses on an application of using the derivative of inverse trigonometric functions.• In set 1 the students rewrite the function using the meaning of an inverse function. Then they use implicit differentiation to find dy/dx. They l

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Also included in: Bundle of Calculus Task Cards 2

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