Common Core: HSF-TF.A.4
Symmetry (Even and Odd)
Trigonometric Functions F.TF.4
Trigonometric Functions are developed and explored by changing one of the angles in a right triangle
Odd and Even Properties of Trig Functions F.TF.4
Odd and Even Symmetry of the Trigonometric Functions
Even and Odd Trig Functions
Review of Even and Odd functions, and introduction to the Even and Odd properties of Trigonometric Functions
Examples with Trigonometric Functions: Even, Odd or Neither.
Periodicity of Trigonometric Functions
Animation: Graphing the Sine Function Using The Unit Circle
This video is an animation of graphing the sine function using the unit circle.
Illustrating Sine with the Unit Circle
Move the slider or the locators to draw the graph of the sine function.
Animation: Graphing the Cosine Function Using the Unit Circle
Illustrating Cosine with the Unit Circle
Move the slider or the locators to draw the cosine function.
Animation: Graphing the Tangent Function Using the Unit Circle
Sine, Cosine, Tangent and the Unit Circle
Let x be an angle measured in radians drawn in standard position together with a unit circle. The radian measure of x is the length of the arc on the unit circle subtended by the angle. The sine of the angle is the y coordinate of the point where the terminal side of the angle intersects the unit circle, the cosine of the angle is the x coordinate of this same point, and the tangent of the angle is the slope of the line passing through the same point and the origin. the graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent are created directly from this unit circle interpretation of the three functions.
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