Trig Digital Interactive Special Values Tarsia Puzzle GOOGLE® Slide Resource
This 1:1 This Teach Interactive™ digital activity is designed for Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Geometry, or Algebra 2.
What students don’t need extra practice learning the Special Trig Values of the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent? This interactive activity makes practicing these type of problems more fun. The puzzle has movable pieces so students become an integral part of the learning experience.
Your students rearrange pieces of a Tarsia puzzle to match up Special Trig Values. All values are in radians. The functions are sine, cosine, and tangent. There are some repeated values – so they have to be extra careful.
This resource includes:
• Interactive slide with a puzzle with nine problems
• All answer keys
• Directions and instructions for both teachers and students
• Printable version of the activity
for a blended class or a bad tech day.
• The link to the digital resource
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