Old and New Knowledge of Circles.pptx - Section 2: Discussion and Problem Solving

Old and New Knowledge of Circles.pptx

Old and New Knowledge of Circles

Unit 6: Trigonometry: Circles
Lesson 3 of 17

Big Idea: Students explore the idea that pi and the trig ratios are really just the same shoes on different feet.

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Math, Trigonometry, completing the square, Precalculus and Calculus, 12th Grade, pi, circles, equation of a circle
75 minutes

James Dunseith

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