# Trigonometry

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Law of Sines

Grab this complete lesson for your Pre-AP PreCalculus students today. Everything is ready to print and teach. Guided Notes with fully editable SMART Board slides, a homework/practice set and a content quiz for mastery of the concepts. Plus full solution sets and a lesson video to meet your distance learning needs.

Derivers License Freebie Calculus by Jean Adams | TpT

This fun lesson includes 8 GOOGLE SLIDES each containing a single trigonometric identity. Students interact with the slides on their one-to-one devices to move the pieces in the correct progression to verify the identity. If you are in need of a paper version of Proving Trig Identities, you can purchase that separately.

Trigonometry Spiral Review

This resource will help you solve some of the challenges with #DistanceLearning. The activity is self-grading and no-prep for you. Simply assign to your students and Google Forms will do the grading for you. Use the 20 multiple choice questions as a year-end spiral review or as a unit review for Trigonometric Functions. #GoogleForms #PreCalculus

The Unit Circle (Unit 4-Precalculus)

Here's a complete lesson for teaching The Unit Circle to your PreCalculus students. This is the foundation of your trigonometry unit. There are foldables, guided student notes, SMART Board slides, homework, and a daily content quiz. Ready to use and great options for differentiating. You will also have a full set of solutions #Trigonometry #UnitCircle

Digital Trigonometry

This is an activity for Law of Sines and Law of Cosines using Google Slides. Students answer prompts and sum up the total of choices, then check their total to determine if they have answered all questions properly. It is engaging fun for Algebra 2 Honors and PreCalculus students alike.

Polar Coordinates and Graphs for Google™ Self Grading

Use this digital LOW PREP resource for Polar Coordinates and Graphs designed with Google Forms™ for your PreCalculus students as an assessment, homework, or paperless assignment. There are 18 self-grading questions related to your unit on Applications of Trigonometry with a variety of question stems. #Google #DigitalPreCalculus