## Monday, March 31, 2014

### UNIT Q TEST NOTES

• Answers for test always go in GREY BOXES.
• You still must show step by step work.  Don't leave anything out, just make it nice, neat, and readable.
• If you need more boxes on any of the identity proofs, please neatly divide the box(es) in half for how many you need.
• Utilize answer bank for Unit Q Concept 1 & 5 problems. (SEE BELOW)

QUESTIONS:

Q:  do you want pi radians or decimal radians for unit Q?
A: If the degree is an exact degree, then the radians should be exact radians (with pi). If the degree is a rounded degree, then the radians should be decimals (no pi)
example:
120 degrees should be 2pi/3, not some crazy decimal
122.7degrees should NOT have a pi in the final answer

Q: How do I write/round my answers for #8?
A: Utilize the same process/rules as Unit O Concept 2.  Round to the hundredths

Q: Is #9 a typo?
A: No. Look at your SSS and PQs

**NOTE: #16 - only has TWO answers (cross off the last blank for both degrees and radians)

ANSWER BANK FOR UNIT Q CONCEPT 1 AND CONCEPT 5
(simplifying/verifying; this includes answers for verifying that are already given to you).
*There are MORE ANSWERS than will be used
*Answers can be used MORE THAN ONCE
*I have changed ALL THE VARIABLES as to not give you an unneeded hint.  On the test, they are all x's, theta's, u's, etc... I have used the variable B for ALL OF THEM even though it's not exact

sin(B)
tan(B)
cos(B)
tan^2(B)
2sec(B)
sin^2(B)
sec(B)
sec^2(B)
cos(B)+cot(B)
2csc(B)
cos^2(B)
cos(B)tan(B)
cot(B)cos(B)
sec(B)+tan(B)
tan(B)sin(B)
-tan(B)sin(B)
1
-1

DETAILS FROM THE PREVIOUS POST:

The Unit Q Test will be a partner test and will span multiple days.  It will be fully open note/open resource but can only be worked on in Mrs. Kirch physical classroom at the times listed below.

1. You will be able to work on the test in Mrs. Kirch's class only during the following times:
1. Tuesday 4/1 - 7am, 3-3:30pm
2. Tuesday 4/1 (Europe & 8th grade orientation students only) -seminar, either lunch
3. Wednesday 4/2 - 7am, either lunch, 3-3:30pm
4. Wednesday 4/2 (Europe & 8th grade orientation students only) - seminar
5. Wednesday 4/2 - CLASS TIME only if both partners have fully finished PQs 1-5
6. Thursday 4/3 - 7am, either lunch, CLASS TIME, 3-3:30pm
7. Friday 4/4 - 7am, CLASS TIME
2. You may only work on the test WITH your partner.  Meaning, you cannot work on it if your partner is not there.
3. In years past, students have spent between 1.5 hours and 8 hours on this exam.  However, in the past, it has been an individual test.  It can be time consuming so please plan ahead.
4. Tests are due at the end of your class period on Friday.  No exceptions - I am leaving for Spring Break vacation immediately after school Friday.
5. Expectations and information on the front of the Unit Q test (in regards to what you can use) are in effect EXCEPT that it is not take- home and you MAY collaborate with your ONE partner.  If you would like to view the front page of your Unit Q Test before beginning, please just stop by anytime and I will show it to you.