2. For Assessments #3 & #4, your blog post must include the regular 2 "student video paragraphs". This is on the grading rubric in section 1.

***Extra Credit on Assessment #4 - do a student video for PQ6 #8-13 (just one of them...) I do have a worked out explained key on the Unit S page you can use, but I would love to have video explanations for next year's (and this year's) students. If you do this, post it on your blog as "Unit S Assessment #4 Extra Credit" and submit it to me VIA EMAIL. I will post a link to your video on in the turquoise box for others to use as well!*

3. For Assessment #1 - The problems you write for #1-4 should be of varying difficulty. This means that you should have:

**ALSO - IT SAYS "SUM TO PRODUCT WITH ANGLE VALUES" TWICE - SHOULD BE**

*ONE WITH ANGLE VALUES*AND*ONE WITH VARIABLES*- one with a coefficient (like PQ1 #3,4 or 6)
- out of the two with angle values, one should be in radians and one in degrees
- one with variables that has a "negative angle" in the beginning that could be converted using even/odd identities first (like PQ1 #7)
- one that has a BINOMIAL as the value for u/v (like PQ1 #9-12, PQ2 #9-12)

4. For Assessment #1 - Problem #5

- There are not many choices for half-angles within one revolution of the unit circle that AREN'T already used in the SSS... so...
- The problem you come up with must use an angle value for "u" that is OVER one revolution (u/2 can still be within 1 revolution)

5. For Assessment #1 - Problem #6

- Make sure your notation for the quadrants is given appropriately as shown in the SSS

6. For Assessment #1 - Problem #7

- Make sure your notation for the quadrants is given appropriately as shown in the SSS

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