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MTH 112Z - Precalculus II: Trigonometry |
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Associated Term:
Spring 2024
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Translate among various systems of measure for angles including radians, degrees, and revolutions 2. Represent, manipulate, and evaluate trigonometric expressions in terms of sides of a right triangle and in terms of the coordinates of a unit circle 3. Graph, transform, and analyze trigonometric functions using amplitude, shifts, symmetry, and periodicity 4. Manipulate trigonometric expressions and prove trigonometric identities 5. Solve trigonometric equations using inverses, periodicity, and identities 6. Define, represent, and operate with vectors both geometrically and algebraically 7. Apply the law of sines and the law of cosines to determine lengths and angles 8. Use variables, trigonometric functions, and vectors to represent quantities, create models, find solutions, and communicate an interpretation of the results 9. Determine the reasonableness and implications of mathematical methods, solutions, and approximations in context 10. Use polar coordinates and polar equations, and transform between rectangular and polar form 11. Use parametric equations and their graphs Required Materials: Technical Requirements: |

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