- See here for the syllabus.
Here is the answer key for quizzes 1 and 2.
Here is a sample quiz. The questions are about geometry, not trigonometry, but it should give you an idea of what to expect.
The material in this course is organized into eight Mastery Topics.
Topic 1: Right Triangle Trig
Topic 2: Angles in the Plane
Topic 3: Trig and the Unit Circle
Topic 4: Trig and Non-Right Triangles
Topic 5: Vectors and Applications of Trig
Topic 6: Trig Functions
Topic 7: Solving Trig Equations
Topic 8: Trig Identities
The planned schedule for class meetings is below. For homework, there is an online assignment for each class day (with the exception of days for quizzes), due at 11:59pm the night before the next class.
|8/23: Introduction||8/25: Topic 1|
|8/30: Topic 1||9/1: Topic 2|
|9/6: Topic 2||9/8: Quiz Period|
|9/13: Topic 3||9/15: Topic 3|
|9/20: Topic 4||9/22: Topic 4|
|9/27: Topic 4||9/29: Quiz Period|
|10/4: Topic 5||10/6: Topic 5|
|10/11: Topic 6||10/13: Topic 6|
|10/18: Topic 6||10/20: Quiz Period|
|10/25: Topic 7||10/27: Topic 7|
|11/1: Topic 7||11/3: Quiz Period|
|11/8: Topic 8||11/10: Topic 8|
|11/15: Topic 8||11/17: Quiz Period|
|11/22: Review||11/24: No class|
|11/29: Quiz Period||12/1: Review|
|Finals Week||Quiz Period|
The schedule has seven quiz periods, including the one scheduled during the final exam time. Each quiz period is an opportunity to take mastery quizzes for each mastery topic we’ve covered so far. You can retake the quiz for a topic each quiz period, and once you’ve demonstrated mastery in a topic you no longer need to take the corresponding quiz.