Trigonometry: Degrees and Radians Part 1 of 7

This lesson consists of a workbook and animated solutions for the workbook

Course at a Glance

Mode of learning : Online - Self Paced

Domain / Subject : Mathematics & Science

Function : Teaching

Trainer name : Barry Mabillard

Difficulty : Medium

Trigonometry: Degrees and Radians Part 1 of 7

This lesson consists of a workbook and animated solutions for the workbook.

Workbook: The workbook for Degrees and Radians can be found in the introduction. Students should make two printouts of this workbook. Label the first printout "Lecture Notes", and label the second printout "Practice".

Videos: The videos present a fully animated solution for each question in the workbook.

Strategy for Degrees and Radians: This lesson takes four days to complete, with a time commitment of 60-75 minutes each day. 

What are the requirements?

basic algebra and trigonometry skills

 What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 22 lectures and 3 hours of content!

  • define degrees, radians, and revolutions

  • understand common angle terminology

  • perform conversions between degrees, radians, and revolutions

  • draw angles in standard position

  • use strategy to solve problems involving large angles, of varying types

  • for a given triangle, find the exact values of the six trigonometric ratios

  • understand the relationship between a triangle's quadrant and its trigonometric ratios

  • define arc length and use this concept to solve problems.

  • define angular speed and use this concept to solve problems


Course eligibility

What is the target audience?

  • Precalculus students

  • Trigonometry students

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  • Section 1: Day One: Examples 1 - 4 (31 Minutes)

  • Section 2: Day Two: Examples 5 - 9 (38 Minutes)

  • Section 3: Day Three: Examples 10 - 13 (36 Minutes)

  • Section 4: Day Four: Examples 14 - 18 (41 Minutes)

  • Section 5: Other Lesson Materials


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