Great interactive practice for such an important topic in Trigonometry. This activity is analytic in nature and does not include graphing. Students sort and match sine and cosine functions with their period, amplitude, and phase shift. There are 6 problems on each slide, making for 24 puzzle pieces on each slide for them to sort and match using the Drag and Drop feature of this Google® interactive resource. Use this on a computer, iPad®, or tablet.
You can assign both slides now, or give them sine first, then cosine. Students can work alone or in groups. Some problems are similar to each other making this a challenging activity. The pieces are letter-coded for easy grading.
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