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Ferris Wheels and Trigonometry

Unit 9: Ferris Wheels
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT apply knowledge of right triangle trigonometry to find the exact height of a rider at any point on the Ferris Wheel.

Big Idea: After many days of investigation, students will finally apply their previous knowledge to this new problem--and take the first steps to extend right triangle trigonometry to all points on the unit circle.

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