# Monthly Archives: February 2016

## 2/26/16- Inverse Trigonometry

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Reminder: At this point, students have 6 worksheets that are meant to prepare them for the Unit 4 Test next week. All sheets need to be completed by Wednesday, March 4th. Special Right Triangles (Yellow) Geometric Mean (White) Intro to … Continue reading

## 2/24/16- Angles of Elevation and Depression

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(Ignore the equations and numbers and other triangle diagram, they were from later in class) Key Ideas: Angles of elevation and angles of depression are formed from a line of sight and a horizontal line. Angles of elevation are formed … Continue reading

## 2/23/16- Triangle Word Problems and Inverse Trigonometry

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Warm-Up We then reviewed Inverse Trigonometry. Inverse Trig is basically the process of working backwards on our Blue Trig tables to find unknown angles. Ex.) On the Green (1st, 3rd Per) or Orange (2nd Per) Trigonometry Practice Worksheet, for problem … Continue reading

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## 2/10/16- Trigonometry

Trigonometry Practice

## 2/9/16- Introduction to Trigonometry

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Warm-Up             a.) Name the hypotenuse b.) Name a side connected to the 28º angle. c.) Name the side not connected to the 28º angle. d.) Name the side not connected to the 90º angle. e.) … Continue reading

## 2/8/16- Radicals Review

Reviewed rules for multiplying and simplifying radicals.

## 2/5/16- Unit 3 Test

Unit 3 Test was taken. Students turned in HW 1-6 (different colored WS’s, seen in Infinite Campus).

## 2/3/16- Geometric Mean

We worked through this worksheet: Geometric Mean Geometric Mean (back practice problems.) On the front (not back practice problems), first separate the given diagram into the three triangles, ACD, DCB, and ABC. Each triangle is a right triangle. Keep all points … Continue reading

## 2/2/16- Special Right Triangles

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Warm-Up             1.) Find the value of x above. 2.) Evaluate each (simplify). a.) √25 b.) 3√4 c.)√9√16 d.) √36/√9 Consider that each of the above examples shows that you can multiply and divide two different … Continue reading