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INtro to Trigonometry notes

Here are the notes from the intro to Trigonometry. You may copy them, but the notes you use for the test MUST be in your own writing. You can’t just print this out and paste it in your journal.

Congratulations on getting a head start on the next stage in your mathematical education!

You may want to review the following videos about the unit circle and some special values for the trigonometric functions.

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/trig-functions/trig-values-special-angles-alg2/v/solving-triangle-unit-circle

Nothing But Net 2019

Project Guide 2019 (click to download if you lost yours)

Your project must be turned in no later than February 14th. After that date, late points will be assessed. No projects will be accepted for any reason after February  22.

You may turn your project in along with your self-score sheet beginning February 1 for 1 point per school day turned in early (up to 10 maximum if you turn it in on 2/1. To turn it in early, you must get a parent to verify your self-score.

Project Guide 2019

Happy Thanksgiving!

I want to make sure my students have what they need to succeed, so I’ve created a classroom project request through DonorsChoose.org, an award-winning charity.

Donations of any size will help my kids. Right now, any contribution you make to my project will be doubled by An anonymous donor. Your donation will brighten my students’ school year, and you’ll get heartfelt thank-yous from my class and photos of your gift in action.

Here’s my classroom request:

Boosting Engineering Using 3D Printing and Design

To have your donation matched dollar for dollar , just make a contribution on that project page — donations will be doubled automatically, but only while funding lasts.

If you know anyone who is passionate about education, please pass this along. My students and I greatly appreciate your support.

Mr. Dunn

Week of November 5, 2018

This week we will earn the “I can call it a function” badge as we learn that linear relationships are functions and see function notation. We will explore the definition of functions, test for functions, and compare functions.

DayTopicBookAssignmentDue
MondayIdentifying FunctionsGreen6.1: 8-145.3
TuesdayDescribing FunctionsGreen6.2: 6-126.1
WednesdayCompare FunctionsGreen6.3: 9-14, 176.2
ThursdayReview6.3
FridayExam 3-1