Unit Circle Practice.pdf - Section 1: Extending the Domain

Unit Circle Practice.pdf
Unit Circle Practice.pdf

Unit 9: Trigonometric Functions
Lesson 2 of 8

Big Idea: Why should we divide the circle into 360 parts? Isn't there a more natural unit? Yes - the radius!

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Math, Trigonometric functions, Trigonometry, unit circle, Algebra, master, master teacher project, radian measure
50 minutes

Jacob Nazeck

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