### May 12 - 16

posted May 13, 2014, 2:16 PM by Jonathan Rothman   [ updated May 19, 2014, 5:02 AM ]
 Saturday, May 17 - Saturday Class: Binomial ProbabilityLO: You will be able to determine the likelihood of a compound event.Essential Question: What kinds of events have only two possible outcomes?Essential Question:  How do words like exactly, at least, and at most change how we compute the probability of an event?    Today's Handout:  Binomial ProbabilityHomework:  DeltaMath Complete the HandoutFriday, May 16 - Reciprocal Trig Functions & IdentitiesLO: YWBAT to determine the ratios of all six trig functions.Essential Question: What happens when we multiply reciprocal trig functions?  OR   Since when were there six trig functions? Today's Handouts:  Reciprocal FunctionsHomework: DeltaMath - - Identifying reciprocal trig ratios, Reciprocal trig functions, Finding trig ratios. Complete the HandoutThursday, May 15 - Coterminal Angles & Degreesº,  Minutes', Second"LO: YWBAT verify if two angles are “coterminal”.Essential Question:  How many coterminal angles can an angle have?Today's Handouts:  Coterminal Angle Classwork & Coterminal Angles Take-Home WorkHomework: Complete Both HandoutsDeltamathWednesday, May 14 - Standard Position & Arc LengthLO: You will be able to find the length of an arc given the measure of the angle that subtends that arc.Essential Question:   How does arc length relate to radian measure?Today's Handouts:  Standard Position & Arc LengthHomework: Complete Both HandoutsDeltaMathPrepare for tomorrow's Unit Circle Quiz - Practice CircleLearnZillion Video:  Find radian measure by dividing arc length by radiusTuesday, may 13 - Radians, Degrees, and "Useful" partitions of a Circlelearning Objective : You will apply radian and degree measures to break up a circle into “useful” sections.Essential Question: How are radians a more natural way of describing angle measure?Today's Handout:  Circles Broken in 8ths &  12ths      Homework:  Complete today's HandoutDeltaMathLearnZillion Video:   Measure radians in fractions of 2πMonday, may 12 - Introduction to Trigonometry Learning Objective:  You will be able to convert from degrees to radians (and back).Essential Question:  What is a Radian?Today's Handout:  Radian Measure ActivityHomework:  Complete today's HandoutDeltamath - convert from Radians to degrees, Degrees to radians.