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Finding the Height of Your School Resource:
Finding the Height of Your School

Using right triangle trigonometry, students will be able to find the height of the school building.

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• Unit 4

#### Right Triangle Trigonometry

Parallax Resource:
Parallax

Students will use distant buildings and the changing angles as they move in 1 direction to apply trig and find missing distances.

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• Unit 4

#### Right Triangle Trigonometry

Regents Problem Sort: Trig or Pythagorean Theorem

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###### Unit 4: Right Triangle Trigonometry
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Regents Problem Sort: Trig or Pythagorean Theorem

Can be used after both big ideas to assess whether or not students understand when each is appropriate.

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• Unit 4

#### Right Triangle Trigonometry

Studying Circles Resource:
Studying Circles

This incomplete Core Resource is designed to support students in understanding the Unit Circle and how it is connected to right triangle trigonometry.

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• Unit 3

#### Trigonometric Functions

Triangles, Trigonometry, and Circles Resource:
Triangles, Trigonometry, and Circles

Use connections between equations describing triangles inscribed in a unit circle to connect trigonometry to circles.

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• Unit 3

#### Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometric Mini Golf Resource:
Trigonometric Mini Golf

Students will practice using trig and inverse trig and apply it to miniature golf.

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• Unit 4

#### Right Triangle Trigonometry

Trigonometric Ratios and the Pythagorean Theorem Resource:
Trigonometric Ratios and the Pythagorean Theorem

From the Illustrative Mathematics website, "The purpose of this task is to use the Pythagorean Theorem to establish the fundamental trigonometric identity sin²Θ¸+cos²Θ¸=1 for an acute angle Θ¸. The reasoning behind this identity is then applied to calculate cosΘ¸ for a given obtuse angle. In order to successfully complete part (c) students must be familiar with the definitions of trigonometric functions for arbitrary angles using the unit circle."

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• Unit 3