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### 2nd Semester Homework

Opens Closes Section Assignment
01/25/20 02/10/20 5.1-5.3 WeBWork
02/10/20 02/10/20 Sections 5.1-5.3 Quiz
02/09/20 02/14/20 5.4 pg. 405
#3-51 EOO
02/14/20 02/17/20 Section 5.5 WeBWork
02/15/20 02/21/20 Sections 7.4 and 7.5 WeBWork
02/20/20 02/25/20 5.6 AW pgs. 60-67
#2-7
#10-12
02/25/20 02/25/20 Sections 7.4-7.5 Quiz
03/01/20 03/01/20 Chapter 5 and 7.4-7.5 Test (will be based on word problems)
03/03/20 03/15/20 Chapter 6 WeBWork
03/03/20 03/28/20 Chapter 5, 6, and 7 Tide Project
04/18/20 04/21/20 Chapter 6 pgs. 483-486
#1-7 odd
#8-14
#15-23 odd
#26-30
#31-63 odd
#65-82
04/21/20 04/21/20 Chapter 6 Test
04/24/20 05/01/20 Sections 8.1, 8.2 and 8.4 WeBWork
05/01/16 05/03/20 Review for 8.1, 8.2 and 8.4 pgs. 574
#1-3
#7-8
05/03/20 05/03/20 8.1, 8.2 and 8.4 Quiz
05/04/20 05/17/20 9.1 pgs. 587-589
#1-2
#3-73 odd
04/27/20 05/17/20 9.2 (this material will be for extra credit on the test)
pgs. 595-597
#1-4
#5-51 odd
05/17/20 05/17/20 Chapters 8 and 9 pgs. 572-573
#1-27 odd
#43-49 odd
pgs. 621-622
#1-12
04/29/20 04/29/20 Chapters 8 and 9 Test
(will be counted as a quiz grade)
05/29/20 06/06/20 Various Quarter 4 Project (Khan Academy Due June 6th)
05/29/20 06/06/20 Review for Chapter 13 Quiz-Test pp. 881-882
#1-20
06/09/20 06/13/20 Final Exam Review See Below

## Review for the Final Exam

### Below is a list of skills needed for the final exam organized by chapter.

• Chapter 5
• Topics
• Drawing an angle in standard position and finding its reference angle.
• Finding the exact value for a trigonometric function given a special angle in degrees or radians.
• Finding approximate value for a trigonometric function given an angle in degrees or radians.
• Graphing two full cycles of a circular or trigonometric function and identifying its period, amplitude, phase displacement and vertical shift.
• Using a circular function to model a real life situation.
• Solving problems using circular functions.
• Sample Problems
• pg. 426 #1-14
• Chapter 6
• Topics
• Making exact conversions (usually in terms of "pi") from degrees to radians and vice versa.
• Converting angular velocity measurements (e.g. rpm to rad/min).
• Converting linear velocity measurements (e.g. ft/sec to mph).
• Finding linear velocity from angular velocity and vice versa given the distance from the center of a spinning object.
• Finding the missing measurements of a right triangle using trigonometric functions.
• Solving right triangle word problems.
• Using the Law of Cosines to find missing measurements of an oblique triangle.
• Using the Law of Sines to find missing measurements of an oblique triangle.
• Using the area formula when SAS is given or can be determined.
• Sample Problems
• pg. 487-488 #1-10 and #13-21
• Chapter 7
• Topics
• Rewriting expressions and solving equations using the following Identities:
• Reciprocal
• Pythagorean
• Quotient
• Finding the approximate measurement of an angle in degrees given the value of a trigonometric function and the angle's quadrant when graphed in standard position.
• Finding the approximate value of a variable in radians given the value of a circular function and the variable's domain.
• Evaluating circular or trigonometric functions for specific variables or angles.
• Solving circular or trigonometric functions given the value of f(x) and the desired domain (e.g. if f(x)=3, find the first three positive values for x)
• Sample Problems
• pg. 532 #7-10
• Chapter 8
• Topics
• Converting polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates and vice versa.
• Converting polar equations to rectangular equations and vice versa.
• Graphing polar equations.
• Graphing parametric equations.
• Converting parametric equations to rectangular equations.
• Sample Problems
• pg. 572-573 #2-28 even and #44-48 even
• Chapter 9
• Topics
• Graphing a vector given in component form.
• Writing a vector that is defined by its endpoints to component form.
• Finding the directions and magnitude of a vector.
• Performing the following operations with vectors.
• Subtraction
• Scalar Multiplication
• Modeling and solving problems using vectors.
• Sample Problems
• pg. 623 #1-4
• Chapter 11
• Topics
• Converting an equation for a conic section to standard form and sketching the graph.
• Sample Problems
• pg. 775 #1,7,8 and 9
• Chapter 13
• Topics
• Evaluating Limits
• Use Limits to Estimate the Instantaneous Slope of a Function
• Sample Problems
• pg. 883 #1-3 (algebraically), 4-5 (use your calculator to estimate)