posted May 13, 2013, 6:21 PM by Nigel Magsombol
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updated May 18, 2013, 6:42 PM by J Rothman
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Friday, May 17  Test 7 Trig Equations and Graphing Trig Functions
Thursday, May 16  Law of Sines 2 and test review LO: You will be able to apply the law of sines to missing sided or angles of a triangle.
 Essential Question: What are the conditions that allow us to use the law of sines?
 Review Materials: Board's Up Review Game Slides
 Homework: Review for test
Lesson B: Geometric & Arithmetic Series
 LO: You will be able to find the sum of an arithmetic or geometric series.
 Essential Question: How did a 10 year old figure out the trick for quickly summing an arithmetic sequence?
 Hand out: Sum of a Series
wednesday, May 15  Substitution with equation and law of sines LO: You will be able to determine how to use substitution to solve trig equations
 Essential Question: is there faster ways to solve a trig equation?
 LO: You will be able to apply the law of sine to find missing sides or angles of a triangle.
 Essential Question: What are the conditions that allow us to use the law of sine?
 Hand out:
 Homework: Finish handout
Tuesday, May 14lesson a: Sum and Difference, Double Angle Formulas LO: You will be able to use sum & difference formulas to solve trig equations
 Essential Question: how helpful is the reference sheet in the back of the A2T regents exam?
 LO: You will be able to use Double Angle formulas to solve trig equations.
 Essential Question: how are the double angle formulas related to the sum & difference formulas?
 Handouts:
 Homework: Finish handout
lesson B: Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences  LO: You will be able to write an explicit formula for a sequence.
 Essential Question: How can we distinguish Arithmetic from Geometric Sequences?
 Hand out:
 Homework: Finish handout
Monday, May 13  Tan, Inverse, and Reciprocal Functions LO: You will to identify the graphs of reciprocal and inverse trig functions
 Essential Question: Is tangent a periodic function?
 Hand out:
 Homework: Finish handout

