This class was tough.
Although this is personally a pre-requisite course, and it was tough due to my little interest in math my professor was magnificent. She provides full accessibility to lecture notes so that if you happen to miss a day you aren't to behind. She was also the only professor I have ever had that has recommend the class to download the line app (a communication app that lets people interact without giving away your number), we were able to contact one another and even the professor for help on problems we weren't understanding.
In this course I learned how to calculate the degrees of different angles also in radians. We learned how to apply such problems to real life situations such as bearing problems and physics problems. I learned to appreciate and see math in a new perspective.
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Advice for students:
If you are taking this course and are not fortunate enough to have a professor who is as dedicated as mine was, then I would definitely recommend to read from your book and do lots of problems its true that practice makes perfect. also be sure to know the unit circle well as this is something that will be persistent through out the course. Another little set of advice is to remember soh cah toa. Soh = Sine- opposite over hypotenuse, Cah = Cosine- adjacent over hypotenuse, Toa = Tangent - opposite over adjacent, another piece of information that will be relevant throughout the whole course.