Imagine that you are teaching someone trigonometry

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Imagine that you are teaching someone trigonometry and trigonometric functions. Choose the approach (i.e., the unit circle or the right angle) that you would use. Support your answer by listing the main pros and cons of each approach.
along the horizontal axis, and the hours of sunlight up and down the y axis. The resultant graph would be a perfect sine wave which we see all the time in real life and not know it happens.
"Conic Sections" Please respond to the following: Give an example of a real-world situation in which you would apply graphing and operating on conic sections. Describe a career where this would be important. Explain your answer.
"System of Three (3) Equations" Please respond to the following: Write a problem for a classmate to solve that can be translated to a system of two (2) or more equations in at least two (2) variables. Explain your answer.
"Matrix Multiplication" Please respond to the following: Determine whether or not matrix multiplication is commutative. Support your answer using at least one (1) real-world example or scenario.

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