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- Sine and cosine functions

- Amplitude, period, frequency

- Transformation of sine and cosine functions

- Graphing sine and cosine functions

- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point

- state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the basic function) the phase shift and vertical translation

- constructing a sinusoidal model using time (tide)

- applications involving sine and cosine functions

- Tangent and cotangent Functions

- Graphing tangent and cotangent functions

- Secant and cosecant functions

- Graphing secant and cosecant functions

- solve a Trigonometric Function Algebraically

- solve trigonometric functions for a given interval

- calculator errors

- Determine whether the function is periodic. If it is, find the period

- Composite Trigonometric Functions

- Find the Domain, Range, and Period of a function

- Find the equations of parallel lines a function oscillates between:

- Sums and differences of sinusoids

- Identify a sinusoid

- Express the sum of sinusoids as a sinusoid

- Showing A function is Periodic but not a Sinusoid

- Identifying Damped Oscillation

- Applications of damped oscillation

- 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

- 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

- Angle of elevation and angle of depression

- Application problems with Trigonometry

- Making indirect measurements (triangle in a triangle)

- Simple harmonic Motion

- Math XL problems to review CU 6: Graphing Trigonometric Functions and their inverses

- Amplitude, period, frequency

- Transformation of sine and cosine functions

- Graphing sine and cosine functions

- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point

- state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the basic function) the phase shift and vertical translation

- constructing a sinusoidal model using time (tide)

- applications involving sine and cosine functions

- Tangent and cotangent Functions

- Graphing tangent and cotangent functions

- Secant and cosecant functions

- Graphing secant and cosecant functions

- solve a Trigonometric Function Algebraically

- solve trigonometric functions for a given interval

- calculator errors

- Determine whether the function is periodic. If it is, find the period

- Composite Trigonometric Functions

- Find the Domain, Range, and Period of a function

- Find the equations of parallel lines a function oscillates between:

- Sums and differences of sinusoids

- Identify a sinusoid

- Express the sum of sinusoids as a sinusoid

- Showing A function is Periodic but not a Sinusoid

- Identifying Damped Oscillation

- Applications of damped oscillation

- 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

- 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

- Angle of elevation and angle of depression

- Application problems with Trigonometry

- Making indirect measurements (triangle in a triangle)

- Simple harmonic Motion

- Math XL problems to review CU 6: Graphing Trigonometric Functions and their inverses

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40 pages

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Teaching Duration

55 minutes