Course Syllabus Page
Trigonometry Fall 2011
Section Time Room
1316.001 Tuesday/Thursday SOM 1.107
Professor Contact Information
Dr. Samanmalee Foley
There will be a pool of TA’s at the GEMS center who can answer your questions.
General Course Information
C- in Math 1314 or equivalent
(or concurrent enrollment)Other Restrictions Graphing or alpha display calculators will not be allowed.
Angular measure, trigonometric functions, their properties, trigonometricidentities, equations, and applications, trigonometric form of complex number and relatedtopics.An Introduction to Trigonometry , TrigonometricGraphs and Models , Identities: Their Place, Purpose, and Application , Inverse Functionsand Trigonometric Equations , Applications of Trigonometry
Student Learning OutcomesStudents will master techniques of computing with trigonometric functionsand their inverses, acquire an understanding of how models of real-world situations areconstructed using trigonometric functions, and develop an algebraicexpertise in deriving and verifying trigonometric identities.
Required Textbooks and MaterialsTEXTBOOK:
Trigonometry, second edition, by John W. Coburn (1st ed acceptable). OrEbook
No Graphing Calculators, a scientific calculator is needed.Textbook, calculator, lecture notes and scratch paper should be brought to each classperiod. Students will be working problems in class.
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