# LESSON 14-1 PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHS OF SINE AND COSINE

### LESSON 14-1 PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHS OF SINE AND COSINE

Developing a sense student’s gifts and talents as related to problem solving in mathematics. Open Sentences in Two Variables. Using Laws of Exponents. Students will be able to apply technology to real world problem solving situations and extra credit problems. The Slope of a Line. The Geometry of Complex Numbers.

Double-Angle and Half-Angle Formulas. Absolute Value in Open Sentences. Graphs of Sine and Cosine. Sums and Differences of Rational Expressions. Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles.

Sample Spaces and Events. Direct Variation and Proportion. Problem Solving Using Polynomial Equations.

The Natural Logarithm Function. The Law of Cosines.

Problem Solving Using Inequalities. The Law of Sines. The General Binomial Expansion. Graphs of Sine and Cosine.

## CHEAT SHEET

Developing a sense student’s gifts and talents as related to problem solving in mathematics. Values of Trigonometric Functions. Writing Quadratic Equations and Functions. Acceptable ethical and behavioral standards while doing homework and taking tests. Mutually Exclusive and Independent Events.

SQA COURSEWORK DEADLINES 2017

Inverse and Joint Variation. Theorems about Order and Absolute Value. Double-Angle and Half-Angle Formulas. Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables.

Basic Properties of Real Numbers. Zero and Negative Exponents. Written communication on home work and tests.

# | CK Foundation

Roots and Real Numbers. Series and Sigma Notation. Decision making skills while writing problem solving.

Solving Absolute Value Sentences Graphically. Distance and Midpoint Formulas.

The Slope of a Line. Students follow State Ed. The Inverse Cosine and Inverse Sine. Trigonometric Functions of General Angles.

Graphs of Linear Equations in Pgoblem Variables.

Creativity and formulating ideas required for problem solving. Composition and Inverse of Functions. Using Laws anx Exponents. Linear Inequalities in Two Variables. Products and Factors of Polynomials. Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables.