MHF4U Advanced Functions
Link to Ms. Mitchells webpage
Unit #3: Trigonometry
page 200 # 
1, 2, 3 4, 5, 6, 7 8, 9, 10 12 13, 14 
Primary Trigonometric Ratios and the
CAST Rule Reciprocal Trigonometric Ratios Exact Trigonometric Ratios of Special
Angles Product of Two Binomials Trigonometric Identities 
TOPIC 
Text 
Day 
Homework Questions 
Radian Measure

4.1 
1 
Page
208 #1 11, 16 18, 20 
Related Angles/Special
Angles 
4.2 
2 
Page
216 #1 10, 13, 25 
Cofunction Identities Day
1 
4.3 
3 
Page
225 #1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14 
Cofunction Identities Day
2 
4 
Handout:
Cofunction Identities 

Related and Cofunction
Identities Practice 
5 
Page
226 #22, 24, 25 (pi/12 is not a solution), 27, 29 

Compound Angle Identities 
4.4 
6 
Page
232 #1 8, 10, 12 15, 20, 21 
Double Angle Identities 
7 
Page
234 #19, 25 

QUIZ NO
CALCULATORS 
Date: 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
7, 2018 

Trig Identities Day 1 
4.5 
8 
Page
240 #7 13, 15, 16, 21 
Trig
Identities Day 2 
9 
Handout: Trig Identities Day 2 

Trig Identities Day 3 
10 
Handout:
Trig Identities Day 3 

Review Day 1

11 
Page 244 (omit 21 and 22) 

Review Day 2

12 
Page 244 (omit 21 and 22) 

Review Day 3

13 
Page 244 (omit 21 and 22) 

UNIT #3 TEST

Date: 
friday, November 16, 2018 
Learning
Targets:
¨ Understand
and use radians as a unit of angle measurement
¨ Represent
radians in terms of π and in
decimals
¨ Express
the primary trigonometric ratios and the reciprocal ratios in radian measure.
¨ Determine
the exact values of the primary trigonometric and reciprocal ratios for the
special angles measured in radians: 0,
pi/6, pi/4, pi/3, pi/2 and their multiples up to 2pi
¨ Identify
equivalent trigonometric expressions eg: sin x = cos (pi/2 x)
¨ Explore
the algebraic development of the compound angle formula and use it to determine
the exact values of trigonometric ratios
¨ Prove
trigonometric identities using a variety of known relationships