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Solving trigonometric equations with graphs

Unit 10: Solving Equations
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use graphs to identify the solutions to trigonometric equations.

Big Idea: Knowing the appearance of the graph of a trigonometric equation helps determine the number of solutions a trigonometric equation will have over a given interval.

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Math, Solving Trigonometric Equations, System of equations., graphing trigonnometric functions
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