**See all problems and most of the answer key by going here**

**See live video of Mrs. Kirch drawing the six graphs**

**(in 2 minutes and 24 seconds, 8.5 months pregnant!) here.**

See answers to #15, 16, 17 below! |

ANSWERS TO #15,16,17

- Schedule change for next week
- Monday - Unit T LAST DAY in class
- Tuesday - Unit R Day 1 of 8
- Wednesday - Unit R Day 2 of 8
- **Trig Graphs Boot Camp 3pm (possibility of being changed, I will let you know by this weekend though)
- Thursday - Unit T Test
- Friday - Unit R Day 3 of 8
- Unit R/S Test Days for week of April 28th-May 2nd
- Mon-Fri 7am
- Mon,Tues,Thurs 2:50-3:30pm
- Any day in class once you are done with PQs
- Signups here: http://goo.gl/k1K2YN (same document as last time)

- UNIT T TEST
- Draw parent graph sketch of all 6 trig functions based on unit circle
- One of each function, find amplitude and period
- One of each function, find domain and range
- 3 questions (short answer)
- ***When you are drawing your graphs, are they all symmetrical in all directions?

I am putting together a document to help (and future students) understand some of the rules with Unit Q a little better. I would love your help in adding comments and questions on things that don't make sense, or things you always got stuck on. ALL COMMENTS ARE WELCOME, ALL QUESTIONS ARE WELCOME. I will go through and make clarifications and resolve your comments/questions to make this document as useful as possible. **Please see the document by clicking here.**

- 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)

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

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

*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)

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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.

- You will be able to work on the test in Mrs. Kirch's class only during the following times:
- Tuesday 4/1 - 7am, 3-3:30pm
*Tuesday 4/1 (Europe & 8th grade orientation students only) -seminar, either lunch*- Wednesday 4/2 - 7am, either lunch, 3-3:30pm
*Wednesday 4/2 (Europe & 8th grade orientation students only) - seminar*- Wednesday 4/2 - CLASS TIME only if both partners have fully finished PQs 1-5
- Thursday 4/3 - 7am, either lunch, CLASS TIME, 3-3:30pm
- Friday 4/4 - 7am, CLASS TIME
- You may only work on the test WITH your partner. Meaning, you cannot work on it if your partner is not there.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.

1. In your groups, complete each of the SIX Trig Challenges (six colors).

- Use sticky notes to write down which identities or steps were used for each of the steps on the left hand side of your proof.
- Once you have finished EACH ONE, it must be checked off by the teacher before moving on.
- Once checked, one person in the group must take a picture of your finished product (with sticky notes showing)
- Once checked, you can check your group off on the whiteboard for that color

- PLEASE SEND THIS AS ONE EMAIL AND INCLUDE ALL GROUP MEMBER'S NAMES ON THE EMAIL.

3. Homework: Complete SSS identities #1-5 with video support. I will be giving tips and tricks throughout, so it is important that you listen carefully and watch each one.

**I also HIGHLY SUGGEST you complete SSS identities #6-11 and start your PQ5!**

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.

If the requirements below are not 100% clear, please ask me ASAP so I can clarify and edit this post accordingly.

- Pick a partner. This partner must have a percentage +/- 5% from your current percentage, or you must get Mrs. Kirch's approval.
- You will be able to work on the test in Mrs. Kirch's class only during the following times:
- Tuesday 4/1 - 7am, 3-3:30pm
*Tuesday 4/1 (Europe & 8th grade orientation students only) -seminar, either lunch*- Wednesday 4/2 - 7am, either lunch, 3-3:30pm
*Wednesday 4/2 (Europe & 8th grade orientation students only) - seminar*- Wednesday 4/2 - CLASS TIME only if both partners have fully finished PQs 1-5
- Thursday 4/3 - 7am, either lunch, CLASS TIME, 3-3:30pm
- Friday 4/4 - 7am, CLASS TIME
- You may only work on the test WITH your partner. Meaning, you cannot work on it if your partner is not there.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.

- Grade of A -
- Enjoy your Spring Break!
- Take a look at your Unit R, S, and T SSS packets.
- If you wish, you may study and review to retake any low quizzes (remember, once you get all your quizzes in a unit to 6's or higher, you get 1 test bonus point; all 8's you get 2 test bonus points!)
- Grade of B -
- Enjoy your Spring Break!
- Take a look at your Unit R, S, and T SSS packets
- Study to retake any quizzes with scores of 5 or lower.
- Study and practice to re-assess on at least 3 concepts you don't have a perfect score on.
- Grade of C -
- Enjoy your Spring Break!
- Take a look at your Unit R, S, and T SSS packets
- Study to retake any quizzes with scores of 5 or lower.
- Study and practice to re-assess on at least 5 concepts you don't have a perfect score on.
- Grade of D -
- Enjoy your Spring Break!
- Take a look at your Unit R, S, and T SSS packets
- Study to retake any quizzes with scores of 5 or lower.
- Study and practice to re-assess on at least 7 concepts you don't have a perfect score on.
- Grade of F -
- Enjoy your Spring Break!
- Take a look at your Unit R, S, and T SSS packets
- Study to retake any quizzes with scores of 5 or lower.
- Study and practice to re-assess on at least 9 concepts you don't have a perfect score on.

On Monday when we return from break, we will be using the iPad lab for a Unit T exploration. THEN, in class you will complete the Unit T Intro WSQ.

For homework on Monday, April 14th, you will do the Unit T Concept 1 WSQ.

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