Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective

Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective
Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective
Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective
Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective
Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective
Daylight From A Trigonometric Perspective
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A project that relates real life applications of trigonometric functions. Students record real data about the amount of light in a day depending on the city of their choosing. They have the freedom to choose any city in the world! They plot the data on a graph then will demonstrate their ability to write an equation that models the data. Exploratory questions follow that require them to use the equation to make predictions and then investigate why the data came out to be as such. This project can be used as an assessment or just something fun! I suggest having the students create a large map to put on the wall of the classroom where they can record what month their maximum amount of day light occurred and how many hours of daylight it was. This is a relevant project that ties multiple subject areas together. (ie: math, science, geography, and art)
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