Interpret the trigonometric functions as defined on the unit circle.

## Alg I -

# Geom -

## Alg II – Create a table using radian measure of the value of each of the trig functions.

# Trig/PreCalc – Define sine and cosine using the unit circle.

(PC 4.1)

Evaluate the trigonometric functions for special angles such as 0, /6, /4, /3, and /2 or for related angles using reference angles and quadrants.

## Alg I -

# Geom -

## Alg II – same as above

# Trig/PreCalc – Learn exact sine, cosine and tangent values and use those to find other trig values.

(PC 4.3)

Determine the period of the trigonometric functions from an equation or from a graph.

## Alg I -

# Geom -

## Alg II – Given graphs of sine and cosine – determine periods, amplitude, minimum, and maximum.

# Trig/PreCalc – Use a graphing calculator to find the period, range, intercepts and asymptotes of trig functions.

(PC 4.6) (PC 4.8)

Apply trigonometric identities to make appropriate substitutions.

## Alg I -

# Geom -

## Alg II -

# Trig/PreCalc – Use basic trig ID to verify other identities and simplify expressions.

(PC 5.2)

HIGH SCHOOL COURSES PREREQUISITE SKILLS WORKSHEET FOR CALCULUS

Riverton Parke Jr-Sr High

Prerequisite Skills

Activity Objectives for Grade/Course

State Standards

Solve trigonometric equations including through the use of inverse trigonometric functions.

## Alg I -

# Geom -

(G 5.4)

## Alg II -

# Trig/PreCalc – Use a graphing calculator to find values of trig and inverse trig functions

(PC 4.9)

Use sigma notation in order to express a summation or in order to expand a series that is represented using sigma notation.

## Alg I -

# Geom -

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