Looking at why the same graph can be expressed as a sine and a cosine function.
Quizzed 5.1.
Problem of the Day: Pirates and the Diamond
Quizzed 5.1.
Problem of the Day: Pirates and the Diamond
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Looking at why the same graph can be expressed as a sine and a cosine function.
Quizzed 5.1. Problem of the Day: Pirates and the Diamond 5.2 started. We started to look at horizontal and vertical translation (phase shift and displacement) and combining them.
Problem of the Day: None today. Contest practice. Completing 5.1  we looked at the Sine and Cosine Curve and the vertical/horizontal expansion and compression
Problem of the Day: Intersecting Circles 5.1 Intro  Went over the graph of Sine and Cosine using the Unit Circle.
Quizzed 4.4. Problem of the Day: Milkcrate We did another example for 4.4 in prep for quiz next class.
Problem of the Day: Approaching Midnight 4.4 Trig Equations  we are mostly done with the main techniques. There are lots of details that you will need to practice and find out.
Problem of the Day: Handshakes 4.3 completed! We looked at the different trig ratios for different scenarios: given a point, write the 6 ratios, given the angle, what is the ratios, given the ratios, what is the angle.
Handout: Take Home Quiz for 4.3 Problem of the Day: Didn't do one, IP day Started 4.3 today. We also reviewed Reference Angles in Radians.
Quizzed 4.1. Problem of the Day: Didn't do one We looked at 4.2 today. It is basically concept from PreCal 11 but we are now using radians as the measuring unit.
Problem of the Day: Square Cake We finished 4.1 today. Key concepts included conversion between radians and degrees, arc length, and coterminal angles.
Problem of the Day: Game of Fifteen 