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## College Trigonometry MA1

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# College Trigonometry MA1 MAT 122

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Date Created: 10/12/15
MAT 122 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY Learning Outcomes Right Triangle Ratios The student should a Convert angles measures between decimal degree form and degreeminutesecond form b Calculate the area of a sector using degree measurement c Solve applications using similar triangles d Evaluate trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions with a calculator e Solve right triangles using trigonometric ratios f Solve applications involving right triangles Trigonometric Functions The student should a Convert angle measures between degrees and radians b Evaluate arc length and area of a sector using radians c Find exact values of trigonometric lnctions using reference angles d Evaluate exact values of trigonometric functions with quadrantal angles or multiples of 30 and e Use the unit circle to find exact values of trigonometric functions f Simplify expressions using fundamental identities Graphing Trigonometric Functions The student should a Sketch and identify the period domain and range of the six basic trigonometric functions b Describe transformations of graphs involving amplitude phase shift and period Identities The student should a Simplify expressions using reciprocal quotient negative and Pythagorean identities b Verify identities involving sum and differences and cofunction identities c Use doubleangle or halfangle identities to verify and evaluate expressions Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Trigonometric Equations The student should a Find exact values of inverse trigonometric functions including compositions b Write algebraic expressions free of trigonometric or inverse trigonometric functions c Solve trigonometric equations using identities and algebra d Solve trigonometric equations using a graphing calculator Triangle The student should a Use the Law of Sines to solve applications b Compute the area of a triangle Polar Coordinates Complex Numbers The student should a Convert between polar and rectangular coordinates b Sketch polar equations c Plot complex numbers on the complex plane d Convert complex numbers between the polar and rectangular forms e Use DeMoivre s Theorem to find the value of an expression or the roots of an equation General Education The student should a 09 Demonstrate the ability to select and apply contemporary forms of technology to solve problems or compile information in the study of math Read analyze and apply to new situations written material related to the study of math Write and speak clearly and logically in presentations and essays about topics to math All written reports are expected to demonstrate the following competencies Identify the problem to be discussed and state a position or hypothesis Select research material appropriate to the topic Critically compare and defend a personal point of View as well as alternate Views Research interpret and convey the topic using suitable resources and technologies including the intemet as a resource tool Use correct vocabulary formats and documentation of sources

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