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Trigonometry

Syllabus for Math 1316 Fall 2015


Definitions of the Trig Functions

Notes on Right-Triangle-Based Definitions of the trig functions of an acute angle(chapter 2 section 1)

Radian Measure Illustrator

Notes on transformations of functions

Transformations of sin and cos graphs illustrator

Notes on Periodic Functions

Notes on graphs of sine and cosine functions 

Notes with examples using sine and cosine graphs  

Notes on modeling with sine and cosine graphs 

Notes on using the Sine/Cosine Sum/Difference formulas

Notes on tangent sum/diff, double angle formulas

Notes on using the half-angle formulas

Notes on inverse trig functions: definitions and examples

Notes on Using and Verifying Identities

Notes on solving trig equations I

Notes on solving trig equations II

Notes on solving trig equations III

Notes on solving trig equations IV

Notes on solving a trig equation with inverse trig functions

Notes on the Law of Sines

Interactive illustrator for solving the SSA triangle 

Notes on the Law of Sines, Ambiguous Case

Notes on the Law of Cosines

Notes on Introduction to Vectors: definitions, notations, and operations

Illustrator for vector scalar multiplication

Illustrator for vector addition

Illustrator for vector dot product

Notes and examples of vector forms, scalar multiplication, and addition

Notes and examples of vector absolute value, dot product

Notes and examples of vector applications

Complex Numbers: Definition and arithmetic operations

Notes on complex numbers and polar form.