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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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This download is the fourth in a series of activities where students must use trigonometry to help the character Brocky McTrig hunt for hidden treasure. "Clue #4 - Trig Travels" requires students to determine the period of a sine function and to evaluate inverse trig functions. Great for a partner a
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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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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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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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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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35-item teacher-lead inquiry into properties and behavior of Trigonometric/Inverse Trigonometric Functions. Best used at the beginning of a unit on trigonometric/inverse trigonometric functions (before demonstrating how to solve textbook problems), this activity invites students to use inductive rea
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This worksheet uses the sum/difference identities with inverse trig functions. This is a great way to review inverse (sin-1 cos-1 tan-1) trig functions and combine with the sum and difference identities. The first problem is completely worked out and explained with a diagram. Then three additiona
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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 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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- Arc sine, Arc Cosine, and Arc Tangent - Evaluation inverse trig functions without a calculator - Evaluating inverse trig functions with a calculator - Finding value of composed trig functions
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- Arc sine, Arc Cosine, and Arc Tangent - Evaluation inverse trig functions without a calculator - Evaluating inverse trig functions with a calculator - Finding value of composed trig functions
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- Arc sine, Arc Cosine, and Arc Tangent - Evaluation inverse trig functions without a calculator - Evaluating inverse trig functions with a calculator - Finding value of composed trig functions
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This foldable is helpful when students are learning inverse trig functions (csc, sec, cot). They can use this as a resource during classwork, on their homework and even on a quiz/test! It helps them learn which function to use, and helps cement the relationship between the trig functions and their i
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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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- use transformations to describe how the graph of the function is related to a basic inverse trigonometric graph. State the domain and range - Applications involving inverse trigonometric Functions
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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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