• # Semester Exam Study Guide

Posted by David Rau on 12/10/2019
• # Week 7: 12/2-12/6

Posted by David Rau on 12/2/2019

12/2

Today we reviewed special right triangles and introduced the unit circle

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Khan: Special Right Triangles

12/3

Today we learned how to use the unit circle to find values of trig functions

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Khan: Trig Values of Special Angles

• # Trig study guide filled

Posted by David Rau on 11/20/2019
• # Week 5: 11/11-11/15

Posted by David Rau on 11/11/2019

11/11

Today we looked at solving non-right triangles when an opposite side and angle are known. We use the Law of Sines

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11/12

Today we looked at law of cosines

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11/13

Today we worked on a station activity to review all of our triangle and trig knowledge.

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• # Week 4: 11/4-11/8

Posted by David Rau on 11/4/2019

11/4

Today we introduced some basic trigonometry concepts

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11/5

Today we looked at solving for sides and solving for angles in right triangles

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11/6

Today we quickly talked about some angle facts and topics and reviewed with bookwork

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Pg. 266: 32,35,36,39,40,45Pg. 284: 2,4,9,10Solutions

11/7-11/8

Today we quizzed and then looked at solving right triangles and triangle word problems

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CW/HW: Pg: 337: 3,5,19,20

Pg. 338-339: 22, 40

On Number 22: use 39.75 degrees for the wacky angle

• # Week 3: 10/28-11/1

Posted by David Rau on 10/28/2019

10/28

Today we talked about inverse matrices

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10/29-10/30

Today we worked on our study guides for our test this block day

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• # Week 2: 10/21-10/25

Posted by David Rau on 10/21/2019

10/21

Today we introduced matrices, they have mxn dimensions where m is the row and n is the column. We learned how to identify elements inside a matrix by it's address and how to add and subtract matrices.

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10/22

Today we leanred how to multiply matrices. It's a weird process but you'll get the hang of it

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• # Week 1: 10/14-10/18

Posted by David Rau on 10/14/2019

10/14 NO SCHOOL

10/15

Today we introduced the idea of vectors: all vectors have a length (or magnitude) and direction. They can also be added and subtracted from one another, and scaled by a value.

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10/17-1018

Today we talked about a lot of little things that vectors can do

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