Radians, arc length, basic stuff about trigonometry in the plane, coterminal angles, degrees, minutes, seconds.

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- Here’s a link to a YouTube playlist of me working through the notes. Complete solutions and explanations!
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Right triangle trigonometry, review of special right triangles, introduction of reciprocal functions, using a calculator, co-functions.

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Unit Circle! Even/odd trig functions. Here’s a blank copy of the Unit Circle quiz. Print it and practice a LOT!

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Reference angles, circular definitions of trigonometric functions, “point” problems, trig and slope of a line

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Periodic functions, graphing all of the trig functions (with all of the transformations), equations from graphs, equations from tables of data. Here’s a link to a GeoGebra file that illustrates how the Unit Circle relates to the graphs of sine and cosine.

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**Not Yet!**Here’s a link to some useful Desmos Activities and GeoGebra sketches.

Inverse trig functions, domains/ranges, compositions. Here’s a link to a GeoGebra sketch that lets you figure out how the Unit Circle generates the graphs of sine and cosine. Making sine 1-to-1 and making cosine 1-to-1.

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rigonometric identities, verifying identities; using co-functions, tables, and identities. You’ll also need these eventually, so print them when you print the notes. (Sorry, have to be in my class to get them!)

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Solving trigonometric equations.

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The 14 Formulas! (sum/difference/double angle/half angle/Euler’s Formula).

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Law of Sines/Law of Cosines, Heron’s Formula, general area of a triangle. Here’s a link (must be logged in to ) to a google spreadsheet that will solve triangles so you can check answers. Here’s a link to the GeoGebra sketch that I use to motivate the acute-angled ambiguous case.

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All kinds of stuff about two-dimensional vectors. Here’s a link to a GeoGebra page that finds the parallel and orthogonal vectors that sum to a given vector. (If you’ve done the notes, you know the problem!)

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Complex numbers, trig/polar form, multiplying, dividing, nth powers, nth roots. Here’s a link **Not Yet** to a GeoGebra file for visualizing the nth roots of a complex number. Here’s a link to a little p5.js sketch for area of regular polygon.

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This is a collection of some big ideas type questions that you should definitely be able to solve by the end of Notes 12, which we’ve now reached. Note that it’s inexcusable not to be able to solve them…that doesn’t mean you will be able to–just that there’s no excuse for not being able to, really.

Random stuff about functions, rational functions, that kind of stuff…some basic limits at infinity. Here’s a little write up about how to graph two different rational functions.

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Conic sections…lots and lots of conic sections…

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**Not Yet**Here’s a link to some GeoGebra sketches that are helpful for these notes.

Parametric equations and doing stuff with them. Here’s a link to a detailed discussion of a problem (relevant to you by page 189).

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**Not Yet**Here’s a link to some GeoGebra sketches that are helpful for these notes.

Polar coordinates. Converting polar to rectangular; graphing in polar coordinates; common polar curves.

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Three-dimensional things, lines, simple planes (we do NOT cover cross product in the notes), volumes of revolution.

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**Not Yet**Here’s a link to some GeoGebra sketches that are helpful for these notes.

More on volumes of revolution, area problems, start tying it all into limits. Here’s a link to a supplement on using summations for arc length. Here’s a link to some GeoGebra sketches about these sorts of things.

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**Not Yet**Here’s a link to some GeoGebra sketches that are helpful for these notes.

Limits visually, graphically, numerically.

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Limits and almost all the algebra you’ll need to do them. We don’t cover pages 8, 9, and 10 in class. Try them on your own and then watch the videos in the playlist if you don’t know what you’re doing!

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IVT; limit definition of a derivative; power, product, and quotient rules; some notation stuff; higher derivatives. Consider listening to Episode 01 of this podcast for some info on Newton, Leibniz, and the beginnings of calculus.

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Extreme Values; Candidates Test; First & Second Derivative Tests; Curve Sketching; some basic optimization problems.

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This is not actually a summer assignment that you’re required to do if you’re in my class, but I made it after a bunch of people asked!

- Here’s a link to the pdf of the summer assignment.
- Here’s a link to a YouTube video of me working through the problems. Complete solutions and explanations!
- Here’s a link to a YouTube video of me doing an overview of the concepts you need to master to succeed in AP Calculus.