TRIGONOMETRY

Fall 2012

Name: ___________________________________ Period: _________ Unit 3 LT4 LT5 LT6 LT7 Mastery Project

Learning Target: I can… 4. Identify, graph, and write equations for the inverse and transformation of a polynomial function with and without technology 5. Identify, graph, and write equations for the inverse and transformation of a rational function with and without technology 6. Identify, graph, and write equations for the inverse and transformation of a radical function with and without technology 7. Identify, graph, and write equations for the inverse and transformation of absolute value functions with and without technology

Mastery?

To earn mastery for learning targets 4 – 7 in Unit 3, you will be creating a “children’s book” detailing the inverse portion of our unit. Your book will contain: ! An introduction about how to find an inverse / necessary information for finding an inverse / horizontal line test explanation / and brief explanations about polynomial function, rational function, radical function, and absolute value functions. ! An example of each type of inverse graph (different than ones from class examples and homework assignments) ! Detailed steps in each example explaining what is occurring and why? ! Illustrations and Graphs [these can be by hand or graphed electronically] ! And some sort of story element. Aren’t “children’s books entertaining? Have some sort of an entertainment value. For example, join jolly Jessica as she travels to inverse land across the y=x line border. Requirements: o Rough Draft – You will need a skeleton of your book with the examples that you will be using (steps included) as well as a story line or a rough plan detailing the journey or story that you will be taking us on, to be edited by your peers along with receiving my approval. o Minimum page requirement: 6 pages o Color and attractive value [at minimum, every other page must contain an illustration related to your story] o Book cover – you must be enticed to read your own book otherwise, others will not be; include a title and your name o Does your story and examples make sense? Would it make sense if you were reading it an Algebra 1 or Geometry student? o Mathematical accuracy o Presentation of the final product – we will be having story time! Rough Draft Due / Peer Editing [Friday – September 28, 2012] Final Mastery Project Due [Wednesday – October 3, 2012] Story Time / Presentation Day [Tentatively Thursday – October 4, 2012]

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