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Precalculus 2: Trigonometry

MTHH044058 Credits: 0.5 units / 5 hours | NCAA Approved

Course Description

Students are presented with a thorough treatment of trigonometric concepts and applications. They study proofs of trigonometric identities, solutions of right and oblique triangles, solutions of trigonometric equations and functions, vector applications and polar coordinates. A TI-83 plus, or similar graphing calculator is required for this course. The textbook is recommended but optional. Students may use any basic-function calculator with any ISHS math course, and this type of calculator may be used when taking tests. The calculator listed with the course materials and its Guidebook may be purchased from ISHS. Students may also elect to use any similar business, graphing, or scientific calculator. ISHS, however, will not provide specific instructions in their use. NOTE: To complete this course entirely online (without Mail Processing), students will need access to a scanner or will need to be proficient in the use of the equation editing and drawing tools in their Word processing program. Specific instructions on how to submit projects electronically are given in the online course management system.

Course Objectives

When you have completed the materials in this course, you should be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Apply sets, absolute value, the distance formula, and the Pythagorean theorem. Locate points on the real number line and the rectangular coordinate plane. Recognize functions and their domains and ranges, and graph functions and relations. Convert angles from degree to radian measure and vice versa, and use coterminal angles. Define the six trigonometric functions and their relationships to each other. Apply the concepts of rounding, significant digits, and approximate data. Use the calculator and tables to evaluate trigonometric functions and angles. Use reference angles to find trigonometric functions, and apply trigonometric functions to solve right triangles. Recall the trigonometric values for 0, 30, 45, 60, 90, and their multiples. Solve applied problems using the line of sight, angle of elevation, angle of depression, bearing, and other practical settings. Simplify or prove trigonometric expressions by using trigonometric identities. Use the formulas for the sine, cosine, and tangent of the sum and difference of two angles, and for twice and angle and half an angle. Use sine and cosine product and sum formulas. Sketch graphs of the six trigonometric functions, and find periods and amplitudes. Solve trigonometric equations and check for extraneous solutions. Find, graph, evaluate, and solve inverse trigonometric functions. Solve problems involving logarithmic and exponential expressions. Find missing parts and areas of oblique triangles. Solve problems using vectors. Apply operations on complex numbers, sketch graphs of polar equations, and convert numbers and equations from rectangular to polar system and vice versa.

2100 Vine Street / P.O. Box 888400 / Lincoln, NE 68588-8400 (402) 472-2175 or (866) 700-ISHS (4747) / FAX: (402) 472-1901 / highschool.unl.edu

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Course Outline

Unit 1 - Introductory Concepts Lesson 1 - Sets, Lines, and Coordinates Lesson 2 - Distance in a Plane, Functions, Angles Lesson 3 - The Trigonometric Ratios and Functions UNIT 2 - Approximate Values And Right Triangles Lesson 4 - Finding and Using Approximate Values of the Functions Lesson 5 - Reference Angles, Right Triangles, and Special Angles Lesson 6 - Solving, Applying Right Triangles Unit 3 - Trigonometric Identities Lesson 7 - Introduction to Trigonometric Identities Lesson 8 - Functions of Two Angles Lesson 9 - Half-Angle Identities, Products and Sums Unit 4 - Trigonometric Graphs And Equations Lesson 10 - Graphing the Trigonometric Functions Lesson 11 - Solving Trigonometric Equations Lesson 12 - Inverse Functions and Trigonometric Equations Unit 5 - Logarithms And Oblique Triangles Lesson 13 - Logarithms Lesson 14 - Calculating and Solving Logarithmic Equations Lesson 15 - Solving Oblique Triangles Unit 6- Vectors, Complex Numbers, Polar Coordinates Lesson 16 - Vectors and Vector Applications Lesson 17 - Complex Numbers and Operations Lesson 18 - Polar Coordinates and Equations

(Available for purchase through the UNL Independent Study High School, plus shipping costs.)

2100 Vine Street / P.O. Box 888400 / Lincoln, NE 68588-8400 (402) 472-2175 or (866) 700-ISHS (4747) / FAX: (402) 472-1901 / highschool.unl.edu

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