**Monday 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

**Tuesday 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

**Wednesday 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

**Thursday - **

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,

**Friday - **

p. 357 - 360; 42 - 52 evens

p. 366; 123 - 128, 139, 140