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Find the value of each ratio to the nearest tea thousandth.
ex. sin 35 = .5736
1. sin 40 = 643 2. cos 36
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Given a right triangle with one of the angles named 8, and the sidesof the triangle relative to 8 named
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We have spent time learning the definitions of trig functions and finding the trig functions of both quadrant and
special angles. But what about oth
Unit 11 Additional Topics in Trigonomet  Classwork
In geometry and physics, concepts such as temperature, mass, time, length, area, and volume can be quantied
with a single real number. These are cal
Unit 3 Right Triangle Trigonometry  Classwork
We have spent time learning the definitions of trig functions and finding the trig functions of both quadrant and
special angles. But what about other an
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Activity 6
MA 161, 20 Sept 2016
Announcements: Exam is on Thursday at 8am in SH247 (this room, not the lab)
Calculators are not allowed.
Tomorrow is a review day, come with questions (especially from
Activity 7
MA 161, 26 Sept 2016
Writing Prompt: (Hand in Friday for +1 extra credit) As weve discussed before, Calculus is the study of change.
Think of two examples of something that is changing (ove
Exam 1 Review Notes
MA 161, 21 Sept 2016
Section 1.1:
Definition of a function, domain, range, even odd. Equations for lines. Sketching graphs of basic functions.
Section 1.2:
Slope, x and yintercep
Precalculus Review
MA 161, 22 Aug 2016
All of these questions should be completed without the use of a calculator.
1. Compute each of the following values:
(a) 3 4
(b) (27)4/3
3
(c) sin
2
5
(d)
Activity 1
MA 161, 30 Aug 2016
1. Determine if the following functions are even, odd, or neither.
(b) f (x) = sin(x) tan3 (x)
(a) f (x) = x6 sin(x)
(c) f (x) = (sin(x) + cos(x)2
2. Suppose that f is a
Activity 9
MA 161, 4 Oct 2016
Quiz (Wed): Section 3.3 (Trig derivatives, no Chain Rule)
Reflection (Fri): Discuss an application that Calculus has to another class youre currently taking.
Gateway Exam
Activity 5
MA 161, 19 Sept 2016
1. Compute the derivative (meaning f (x) for the function f (x) = x2 . We did this in class, but its still good practice.
2. Use this to write down the line tangent to
Activity 2
MA 161, 7 Sept 2016
1. Use the Squeeze Theorem to show that lim sin() sin(1/) = 0
0
2. Consider the problem where a ball is thrown into the air with a velocity of 40 ft/s and its height in
Trigonometry Review
MA 161, 23 Aug 2016
All of these questions should be completed without the use of a calculator.
1. Convert from degrees to radians and simplify.
(a) 120
(d) 300
(b) 225
(e) 540
(c)
Course Information for MAT 153 College Trigonometry
Spring Semester, 2013
Instructor: Dr. Adam Parr
Office: CA300
Email: [email protected]
Text: Precalculus by B. Blitzer. 4th Edition
Office Hours: