• See here for the syllabus.

Announcements

  • Here is the worksheet for 1-25. This is not being submitted for a grade; it is problems for you to work on together in class.

Schedule

This course is organized into seven two-week modules.

  • Module 0 (1/13–1/20): Geometry Review. Length and area, similar and congruent shapes.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: N/A; McKeague: N/A.
  • Module 1 (1/25–2/3): Trigonometry of Right Triangles. Degree measure of angles, the six trig functions, solving right triangles.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: 7.1, 7.2, 7.4; McKeague: 1.1, 1.3, 2.1–2.3.
  • Module 2 (2/8–2/17): Trigonometry and Non-Right Triangles. The laws of sines and cosines, finding areas of triangles.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: 7.3, 10.1, 10.2; McKeague: 7.1–7.4.
  • Module 3 (2/22–3/3): Applications of Trigonometry and Triangles. Surveying, geometric applications.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: N/A; McKeague: 2.4
  • Review and Midterm (3/8–3/10)

  • Spring Break! (3/14–3/18)

  • Module 4 (3/22–3/31): Trigonometry, Circles, and Radians. Radian measure of angles, the unit circle definition of trig functions.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: 7.1, 7.3; McKeague: 3.1–3.4.
  • Module 5 (4/5–4/14): Trigonometric Functions. Graphs of trig functions, inverse trig functions.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: 8.1–8.3; McKeague: 4.1–4.5, 4.7.
  • Module 6 (4/19–4/28): Trigonometric Identities. Solving trig equations, angle-sum and double-angle identities.

    • Corresponding textbook sections. OpenStax: 9.1–9.3; McKeague: 5.1–5.3.
  • Review and Final (5/3–5/11)