MHF4U – Advanced Functions

Link to RHHS webpage

Link to Ms. Mitchell’s webpage

Link to: Unit 1, Unit 2

Unit #3:  Trigonometry

Prerequisite Skills

 

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
Handout: Fractions of a Circle

Related Angles/Special Angles

4.2

2

Page 216 #1 – 10, 13, 25
Handout: Unit Circle

Co-function Identities Day 1

4.3

3

Page 225 #1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14
Handout: Co-terminal Angles
Handout: Related and Co-function Summary

Co-function Identities Day 2

4

Handout: Co-function Identities

Related and Co-function Identities Practice

5

Page 226 #22, 24, 25 (pi/12 is not a solution), 27, 29
Page 218 #16 – 18, 20

Compound Angle Identities

4.4

6

Page 232 #1 – 8, 10, 12 – 15, 20, 21

Double Angle Identities

7

Page 234 #19, 25
Handout: Exercise 6.3 #1abc, 2 – 4, 6, 7, 10abc, 12

QUIZ – NO CALCULATORS

Date:

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018
(includes topics from Day 1 – 6)

Trig Identities Day 1

4.5

8

Page 240 #7 – 13, 15, 16, 21
Handout: Intro to Trig Identities
Handout: Trig Identities Day 1

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)
Page 246 (omit 18 and 21)

Review Day 2

12

Page 244 (omit 21 and 22)
Page 246 (omit 18 and 21)

Review Day 3

13

Page 244 (omit 21 and 22)
Page 246 (omit 18 and 21)

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