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Oblique triangle : The Ambiguous case (SSA)
Teaching this topic in law of sine in the past has created numerous headaches for both me and as well for my students. This is one of the hardest topic in high school trigonometry.
Here's a powerpoint lecture with clear examples on SSA situation why such

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This power point shows how to find the area of a non-right triangle without determining the altitude and instead using trig functions.
There is one example if given a side and two angles. The angles have minutes and need to be converted to decimals.
One example if given all 3 sides.
One example i

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Included in this zip folder are 6 Power Point files. 1 is an introduction and 5 are assignments. A brief description of each:
The intro is an 82 slide file. It introduces the learner to:
1. How to develop Pascal's Triangle
3. How to use Pascal's Triangle to expand binomials
3. The difference in p

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The home screen lists numbers 1-10 and teams can choose what number to start with. Click on the number and a problem shows up. Students work the problem. Click again and the answer appears. In the bottom right corner, click 'Home' and it takes you back to the main screen. Numbers you have already cl

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This is an Interactive PowerPoint game. Therefore, this game must be played in SLIDESHOW MODE in MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
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Answer different questions about the Binomial Theorem & Pascal’s Triangle and be able to place 3 Xs or 3 Os horizontally, vertically, or diagonally befo

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This smartboard-friendly review is an excellent way to assess the skill of using trigonometric functions to find missing side lengths and angles of right triangles. I like to use them in a group game format and watch students compete and have fun! Each question is followed by an answer slide for imm

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Power Point presentation, 14 slides, Explaining how to use the Pascal's triangle to find the coefficients of a binomial expansion.

This Power Point presentation can be used as a lesson for students just starting out in a trigonometry class who need some review of the trig they learned in their geometry class, or as a summary for a trig unit in geometry. It includes the Pythagorean Theorem, trig ratio definitions, a practice pr

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This power point uses the special triangles 30-60 and 45-45 to determine the 6 trig functions using x,y, and r.
There are 14 examples using different trig functions and degrees and radians.
It starts with a sign chart to help students remember when x and y are positive or negative.
All steps and

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This PowerPoint can be used as FLASH CARDS when run as a slide show. Designed to help students become fluent in the ratios for sine, cosine and tangent for the unit circle special angles. Currently slides are organized to practice sine and cosine values in mixed order followed by the slides for a

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Help your students discover why two triangles are sometimes possible when using the law of sines.
You get two worksheets and a PowerPoint review
Triangle Ambiguity worksheet
Students explore and draw the two possible triangles. At the end of the exploration, students should be able to tell you ho

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Non Right Angled Triangle Trigonometry - Chapter 9 - International Baccalaureate - Standard Level
Everything required to teach this chapter in the IB Standard Level Mathematics course. The PowerPoint is designed to show step by step method through animation in a thorough and engaging way. This make

Trigonometric Functions (PreCalculus Curriculum - Unit 5) This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, four quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:• Angles in Standard Position• Degrees and Radians• Coterminal Angles• Degree-Minute-Second (DMS) Form• Arc L

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Also included in: PreCalculus Curriculum

Sequences and Series (PreCalculus Curriculum - Unit 11)This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, two quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:• Explicit vs. Recursive Sequences• Writing the Explicit and Recursive Equation of a Sequence• Arithmetic Sequences

Also included in: PreCalculus Curriculum

This PowerPoint includes 10 different real-life word problems in which students must use right triangle trigonometry to solve for missing values or angles. The PowerPoint is complete with custom animation so that pieces of the solving process are revealed, as well as the final answer.
I used this

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews solving trigonometric equations. There are 16 problems and all have exact answers given in radians.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!

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This lesson walks a student through each step on how to create a unit circle. It begins by creating the various special angles (in degrees and radians) using a protractor and different colored pencils. Once the angles are created the lesson shows the student how to determine the coordinates of eac

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PreCalculus Final ExamThis 60 question final exam for PreCalculus works well as a final assessment or as practice for another assessment. An editable version is included so you can easily make multiple versions or customize to fit your needs! PowerPoint and Equation Editor (usually built in to Pow

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Also included in: PreCalculus Curriculum

I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews using the Binomial Theorem by finding specific terms or the coefficient of a binomial expansion.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!
It

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This is a great activity for students to learn use The Pythagorean Theorem and to show the relationship in the measurements of each hypotenuse when creating right triangles with a one unit leg.
* They begin the activity by constructing an isosceles right triangle with legs one unit long.
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This is a PowerPoint lesson that shows the students the Binomial Theorem, how to use it to expand binomial expressions, and how to find a special term of a binomial expansion. Pascal's Triangle is also discussed. It was designed to teach Section 6.6 of Prentice Hall's CA Algebra 2 textbook.
If you

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Power Point game show review with 5 questions in each of the following categories:
- Name the Reference Angle
- Simplify (simple trig expressions)
- y=2+cos(2x+pi) (questions about the graph of the equation)
- Find the side or angle of right triangle
-Solve (solutions to simple trig equations

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This lesson is a review of the basic properties of trigonometric functions with special attention given to those properties that are most relevant for calculus.
This can either be used as part of a summer assignment to help students get ready for calculus or it can be used as a review at the beginn

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Also included in: AP Calculus: Functions Unit Bundle

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