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Unit 3 Exam

# Unit 3 Exam

Unit 7: Trigonometry: The Unit Circle

Lesson 9 of 9

Lesson 9 of 9

## Objective: SWBAT demonstrate what they know on four content learning targets.

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#### Unit 3 Exam

*75 min*

I give students graph paper on which to complete all their work. I also provide rulers, protractors, and graphing calculators. Students are allowed to bring one "cheat sheet" to the exam as well.

They have the whole period to complete the exam, which is an assessment of four learning targets: Triangles 2, Circles 2, Unit Circle 1, and Unit Circle 2.

I do not specifically assess any mathematical practices on this exam, because that has happened on the Problem Set and projects.

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- LESSON 2: The Unit Radius and the Unit Hypotenuse
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