1.1.1 What can you see?
Finding Functions Using View Tubes
We will begin by exploring functions that you should be familiar with. In addition to exploring
the functions you will be looking at a variety of transformations of these functions.
Many of t
Lesson 1.1.1 Resource Page
In this experiment, you will measure the diameter of the field of view as a function of your
distance from the object (a wall).
A tube, meter stick or a tape measure, and a ruler.
Collecting the Data:
Flying into Trig on a Paper Plate
1. Label the quadrants:
2. Classify the following angles as obtuse, acute or right:
3. Add the following fractions (without a calculator!)
Flying Into Trig on a
Lesson 1.1.4 Resource Page
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Transformations of Graphs
ONE STEP TRANSFORMATIONS
Given the graph to the left, sketch the transformed graph to the right.
1. f ( x ! 2)
2. ! 2 g ( x)
3. h(x !1) + 3
Chapter 1: Tools for Your Journey
The Unit Circle
In some contexts, it is important that we establish the direction in which we measure an angle.
o We call the ray of the angle at which we start the _ and the ray at which
we end the _.
o If the angle is m
10.2 The Unit Circle: Cosine and Sine
Guided Notes 1a
1. Find the exact value of the cosine the angle
2. Find the exact value of the sine the angle
3. Use the results developed throughout the section to find the requested value.
If sin() = 12
, it is the value of the x-coordinate of the point; b:
the y-coordinate of the point. c:
, it is the value of
, c: 0 ]
[ a: the 45 angle, c:
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We know that the internal angles of any
triangle add up to 180.
The sum of angles in a quadrilateral is 360
as we can split it in to 2 triangles by
drawing a line connecting two corners.
1) How many triangles can we split a
Lesson 1.2.2A Resource Page
, then select NEW
Type QUADFORM and press
EXEC EDIT NEW
1: Create New
then select I/O
Select 8 then press
This command will clear the screen at t
AP Statistics Unit 3 Study Guide
Name_ Block_ Date _
1. In a statistics course, a linear regression equation was computed to predict the final exam
score from the score on the first test. The equations was y 10 0.89 x where y is the
final exam score and x
Ap Language Mrs. Summers
21 April 2015
The Legality of Bandwidth Throttling
Bandwidth Throttling is the intentional method of slowing down one's internet in order
for Internet Service Providers or by third party companies