Weekly outline

  • General

    Now that we all have our devices, all the knowledge you could ever want is right at your finger tips.  TRIG ISN'T EASY, it will take effort to learn!  

    If you are struggling with a problem shoot me an email and I will try and work it out on my IPad and post it for you that evening!  

  • 4 September - 10 September

    Below is a link to the book website.  It is extremely useful!!

    Book Website

    Everything is in the website from practice problems, to lectures, to definitions and equations.

    The following two sites are very helpful

    Khan Academy

    11th Grade MCA Test Prep

    The following are some really good videos about the learning process

    You can learn anything

    Growing your mind

    Neuroplasticity

    The power of belief

    Success through effort

    Grit

    Growth mindset videos

    Math Major

    Tuesday's assignment -   

    1. Math Warmer-Upper Worksheet
    2. Hand Out Calculators

    Wednesday's assignment -   

    Go over Rules

    Take Chapter 2/3 Pre Test

    Thursday's assignment -

    Hand out books, check out resources, moodle

    Section 2.1

    p. 132 - 133; 1 - 12, 43, 44, 47, 52, 65, 79, 83

    a video for #83

    Friday's assignment - 

    Section 2.2

    1 - 4, 7, 9 - 16, 18, 21, 23, 29, 30, 35, 36, 43, 44, 57, 58, 68

  • 11 September - 17 September

    Monday - 

    Section 2.4, pg. 164 - 165

    1, 2, 9, 10, 18, 21, 24, 26, 27, 31, 33 - 35, 39, 40, 49 - 50, 54, 69, 72 - 74

    Tuesday - 

    Section 2.6, p. 190 - 191

    9 - 23

    Wednesday - 

    Section 2.6 cont'd, p. 190 - 191

    25 - 35, 77 - 80

    Thursday - 

    Section 3.1, p. 224 - 226, 51 - 58

    Section 3.2, p. 234 - 235, 23 - 28

    Section 3.3, p. 241, 29 - 44

    Friday - 

    Review day - assignment to come

    p. 206 - 208; 15 - 20

    p. 270 - 271; 21 - 24, 61, 64, 83, 84, 86, 89

    Test on Monday

    • 18 September - 24 September

      Monday - 

      Test on Chapter 2/3

      Tuesday - 

      Here is Example 1

      Here is Example 2

      Here is Example 3

      p. 288 - 289;  1 - 10, 12, 13, 14, 17, 21, 28, 29, 32, 41 - 49 odd, 53 - 57 odd, 63, 65, 75, 77

      Wednesday's videos- These videos will give you a head start to tomorrow's lesson

      click here for arc length tutorial

      click here to learn how to convert from radians to degrees

      click here to learn how to convert from degrees to radians

      click here to view 4.1 example #8

      click here for a tutorial on how to solve 4.1 example #118 (Windshield Wiper problem)

      Wednesday's assignment - 

      p. 290 - 291; 91 - 93, 98 - 101, 103, 107, 117, 118

      Thursday's Videos - These video's will give you a head start to tomorrow's lesson

      Click here for a unit circle tutorial (note we haven't covered some material in this video yet)

      Why does x = \( \ \frac{\sqrt{2}}{2} \) and y = \( \ \frac{\sqrt{2}}{2} \) for a 45 degree angle?  click here to find out

      Thursday's assignment - 

      Here is how to do number 5 from today's assignment

      Here is how to do number 19 from today's assignment

      p. 297 - 298; 1 - 17, 19

      Friday's assignment - 

      p. 297 - 298; 18, 20 - 26, 27 - 33 odd, 39 - 43 odd, 47, 48, 51, 56

      Here is #39

      Here is #43

      Here is #47 

      Here is #47 b 

      Here is #48 (there is an error at the very end of this video.  b's answer should be -4/5 instead of 4/5.)

      View Finding the Sine of Special Angles

      Also, view Finding the Cosine of Special Angles

      • 25 September - 1 October

        Monday's assignment - 

        Here is a SOHCAHTOA video that will help with today's lesson

        Here is SOHCAHTOA for the reciprocal functions

        Here is Example #1 from 4.3 again

        Here is an example like #1 with different numbers

        click here for a KHAN academy video on SOHCAHTOA (some of the material covered is beyond what we are doing currently)

        p. 306 - 307; 1 - 5, 9 - 15 odds, 22, 24, 25, 27, 29

        Optional video (View Right Triangle Trigonometry (Note this link seems to only work for PC's or MAC's that are upgraded with the proper JAVA Script))

        Tuesday's assignment - 

        Here is number 63 worked out

        Here is number 64

        Here is another example (just like problem #69)

        p. 306 - 307; 31, 32, 47 - 50, 57 - 61 odds, 63 - 66, 69 

        here is proof that sin2(Ø)+cos2(Ø)=1

        Test coming up on Thursday review all the material on the book site from 4.1 - 4.3 HERE

        Wednesday's assignment - 

        p. 365; 1 - 8, 9 - 16, 21, 23, 24, 25 - 53 odd 

        Thursday's assignment - 

        Test Chapter 4 Part I

        Investigate three concepts at this link from the book link under Animated PreCalculus Chapter 4.2 Defining the Trigonometric Functions Using the Unit Circle  (Note the content in this link may only work with a PC or MAC)

        Friday's assignment - 

        Here is an application using SOHCAHTOA involving sine

        Here is another type of problem you will see using SOHCAHTOA

        Here is # 67

        Here is #67 with sound

        Here is #74

        Here is a hint for #74

        p. 307 - 309; 67, 70, 71, 73, 74, 77, 79

        Optional videos (View Evaluate Trigonometric Functions of Any AngleIntroduction to Reference AnglesUse Reference Angles to Evaluate Trigonometric FunctionsEvaluate Trigonometric Functions of Real Numbers)

        optional videos (Investigate Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle)

        • 2 October - 8 October

          Monday's assignment - 

          Here is an example to help you with 9 - 18

          Here is an example to help you with 19 - 22

          Here is an example to help you with 23 - 32

          Here is an example to help you with 33 - 36

          p. 316 - 317; 1 - 6, 9 - 13 odd, 20 - 24, 26, 27, 31 - 41 odd, 

          Optional videos (view Sketch the Graphs of Basic Sine and Cosine Functions - ASketch the Graphs of Basic Sine and Cosine Functions - BUse Amplitude and Period to Help Sketch the Graphs of Sine and Cosine FunctionsUse Period to Help Sketch the Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions

          Investigate Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions (Note this link may only work on a PC or MAC)

          Tuesday's assignment - 

          I will not be in class so we will not move on.

          p. 316 - 317; 53 - 59 odd, 61, 65, 71 - 77 odd, 81 - 95 odd, 101, 102

          Wednesday's assignment - 

          Career Day in Warroad


          Thursday's assignment - 

          Here is #7

          Here is #77

          Here is #81

          Here is #87

          Here are notes that may help with this section that talk about a and b.

          Here are more notes that talk about d and c

          p. 326 - 329; 1, 2, 7 - 13 odd, 21 - 27 odd, 37, 51, 57, 63, 69, 73, 77 - 81 odd, 87, 90, 93

          optional videos(View Sketch the Graphs of Tangent FunctionsSketch the Graphs of Cotangent FunctionsSketch the Graphs of Secant and Cosecant Functions)

          Investigate Graphing Tangent and Cotangent FunctionsGraphs of the Reciprocal FunctionsGraphing Combinations of Trigonometric Functions

          Friday's assignment - 

          Notes on Tangent's graph.  Big thing is that period for tangent and cotangent equals \( \ \frac{\pi}{b} \) 

          Notes for Sec and Csc.  For Sec and Csc our period formula is the same as sine and cosine  \( \ \frac{2\pi}{b} \)

          p. 337 - 340; 1 - 4, 9 - 15 odd, 21, 29, 43, 44, 49, 67 - 75 odd, 81, 91 

          • 9 October - 15 October

            Monday assignment -

            Career Fair 

            Tuesday assignment -  

            p. 347 - 350; 5 - 11 odd, 17, 22, 23 - 29 odd, 41, 43, 47

            when you get to 4.8 there is an example of the smokestack problem Solve Real-Life Problems Involving Right Triangles , Use a Calculator to Evaluate Trigonometric Functions - A , Use a Calculator to Evaluate Trigonometric Functions - BTBD

            Wednesday assignment - 

            Here is #55 4.7

            for most of the problems in this assignment you can just put the problem in your calculator but I included the above problem to help you understand what is going on.

            p. 347 - 350; 49 - 59, 85, 87, 91, 105, 111, 112

            Thursday assignment -

            Here is example #1

            Here is example #2

            Here is example #3 (Variation of a test Question)

            Here is #5 (don't need a calculator)

            Here is #7 (need a calculator)

            Here is #9 (need to find the angles)

            Here is #25 4.8 I have the wrong answer in the video the answer should be 11.8!! (note this will be a test question!!)

            Here is #43 4.8 (sound didn't work but I think you will  be able to get this one without sound.)

            Here is #45 (ACT type question)

            Here is #47 (another ACT type question)

            Here is #49 (ditto above)

            p. 357 - 361;  3, 4, 5 - 11 odd, 15, 19 - 21 odd, 25 - 29 odd, 33, 43 - 51 odd, 63

            Friday - 

            Here is # 26 Make sure your calculator is in degrees when you do this problem

            Here is #32 (sorry no sound)

            Here is #42

            Here is a review problem on how to find the period and amplitude of a function 

            p. 357 - 360; 12, 16 - 34 evens,   

            • This week

              16 October - 22 October

              Monday's assignment -

              p. 357 - 360; 42 - 52 evens

              p. 366; 123 - 128, 139, 140

              Tuesday's assignment- 

              Test Chapter 4 Part IIa

              Wednesday's assignment -

              Test Chapter 4 Part IIb

              • 23 October - 29 October

                Monday - 

                Project

                Tuesday - 

                finish the project

                Wednesday - 

                Here is a Khan academy video on this topic

                Here is another Khan Academy video

                Here and another

                Here is example #1

                Here is #15

                Here is #18

                Here is #19

                Here is #25

                Here is #27

                Here is #29

                Here is #31

                Here is #33

                Here is #35

                Here is #37

                Here is #43

                Here is #45

                Here is #47

                Here is #49

                Here is #51

                Here is #53

                Here is #55

                Here is #57

                p. 377 - 378; 1 - 15, 18, 19, 25 - 37 odd, 43 - 57 odd

                Thursday's assignment - 

                Here is #67

                Here is #73

                Here is #77

                Here is #79

                Here is #82

                p. 377 - 378; 67, 73, 77, 79, 82, 83, 85

                Friday's assignment - 

                Here is #24

                Here is #26

                Here is #28

                Here is #32

                Here is #34

                Here is #48

                p. 379 - 380; 22 - 50 even

                • 30 October - 5 November

                  Monday's assignment - 

                  Here's a Khan Academy video using this concept

                  Here is example 1

                  Here is example 2

                  Here is #15

                  Here is #17

                  Here is #19

                  Here is #21

                  Here is #23

                  Here is #25 (no sound, good test type question, sorry about the kid blowing their nose in the background )

                  Here is #25 a different way (no sound)

                  Here is #30 (no sound and I have actually taken it off the assignment but I have it here in case you are curious)

                  Here is #35

                  Here is #39

                  p. 385; 1 - 8, 9, 15 - 25 odd, 35, 39

                  Tuesday - 

                  Here is #12

                  Here is #14

                  Here is #16

                  Here is #18

                  Here is #20

                  Here is #24

                  Here is #26

                  Here is #28

                  Here is #32

                  Here is #38

                  Here is #40

                  p. 385; 10 - 20 evens, 24 - 32 evens, 38, 40, 59, 62, 65, 66

                  Wednesday - 

                  Here is an overview

                  Here is Example 1

                  Here is Example 2

                  Here is Example 3

                  Here is Example 4

                  Here is Example 5

                  Here is 5,7,9

                  Here is #14

                  Here is #16 

                  Here is #19

                  Here is #21

                  Here is #23

                  Here is #25

                  Here is #29

                  Here is #34

                  p. 394
                  5 - 9 odd, 14, 16, 19 - 29 odd, 34, 36

                  Thursday's assignment - 

                  Here is an overview

                  Here is Example 1

                  Here is Example 2

                  Here is Example 3

                  Here is Example 4

                  Here is Example 5

                  Here is 5,7,9

                  Here is #14

                  Here is #16 

                  Here is #19

                  Here is #21

                  Here is #23

                  Here is #25

                  Here is #29

                  Here is #34

                  p. 394
                  5 - 9 odd, 14, 16, 19 - 29 odd, 34, 36

                  Friday - 

                  Here is #11

                  Here is #12

                  Here is #13

                  Here is #15

                  Here is #17

                  Here is #20

                  Here is #22

                  Here is #24

                  Here is #26

                  Here is #28

                  Here is #30

                  Here is #33 (no sound)

                  Here is #33 (with sound)

                  p. 394 - 396
                  11 - 13, 15, 17, 20 - 30 evens, 33