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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 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* For more Algebra Activities, c

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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 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.
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Students use trigonometry ratios to solve for missing angles in this collaborative activity that doubles as classroom decor. Included are 30 math pennants, each asking students to find a missing angle in a right triangle using inverse trigonometry functions. Also includes an optional student answer

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This PowerPoint (ppt) presentation covers the methods and steps that students can use to determine which of the basic trig functions (sine, cosine and tangent) should be used to find either a triangle side length (basic trig ratio) or angle measure (inverse trig function). I use this ppt in my Math

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In order to succeed in AP calculus, a student must master some common formulas that are needed during differentiation. By definition, differentiation is the process of finding a derivative of a function. The formulas given have been derived by using the definition of the derivative.
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In our quest to help all students succeed in AP calculus, we hereby create a series of formulas that all AP students must master. These formulas are common differentiation and integration formulas as taught in a first level of calculus course in college. Differentiation is the process of finding a d

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Math squares are used for a fun review challenge. There are 16 squares. Each square has an mathematical expression on each edge. The challenge is to make a big square out of the 16 smaller squares by matching equivalent expressions. Some expressions have several right matches, but there is only one

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Help your students practice using Trig Ratios to solve for missing sides and angles on right triangles. This activity will have students up and moving as they actively "work the room" to discuss and answer questions. These cards have students using sine, cosine, tangent, and the inverse functions o

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This is a review of Trigonometry. It starts by reviewing the fact that the sum of the angles in any triangle is 180 degrees. Then students explore the Pythagorean Theorem and practice finding missing side lengths. Students have to find trigonometric ratios using SOH-CAH-TOA and then use their calcul

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The purpose of this project is to give your students a deeper understanding of the use of trigonometry in analyzing various types of triangles. It will also provide them with an interesting and colorful way to display various triangles and their properties and dimensions in a single area so that th

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This is a set of 16 trigonometry task cards requiring students to use knowledge of basic trig functions to find unknown sides and angles. Students will be required to use all the trig functions and some inverses to find unknown values. We've also incorporated a little cross curricular fun by addin

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We've made a trigonometry version of our beloved relay race! In the trigonometry relay race, students are required to use knowledge of:
- sine, cosine, tangent
- inverse to determine angles
- converting degrees to radians and radians to degrees
- the unit circle
- finding unknown sides using trig f

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This resource is perfect for keeping your kiddos organized during the school year! This PDF has everything you and your students need to make a flip book for students to use throughout the year to house their tips and tricks for calculator use.
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-Cover Page
-10 tabs (Functions &am

This is a set of 10 stations requiring students to determine unknown side lengths or angles. QR codes are provided on each station for students to check their answers. Our students also needed extra practice identifying the proper sides of a triangle so that is included as well on 5 stations. We

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This PreCalculus Honors special product for Kristie includes the following items:Be sure to check out the items by downloading the preview document.Functions Unit:Symbolic Practice Transformations, Compositions & Inverse FunctionsWhat Can I Say?Polynomial Functions Unit:Complex Roots Task CardsS

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Math Test Prep
Mixed Calculator Questions
This pack includes two 10 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics for the calculator paper.
Full answer keys are included for both tests and can be used for pupils to self-mark.
A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to foc

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