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    Trigonometry: This course is the second year of the two year study of Algebra 2 Trigonometry. This course completes the study of the New York State curriculum for Algebra 2 Trigonometry. Topics include the study of trigonometric functions, statistics, probability, sequences and series, and preparation for the Algebra 2 Regents Exam which is the final exam.
     
     
     
     
     
     

     Please note that the timelines listed below are a guide. Teachers modify their pacing based on student needs in order to ensure concept mastery.
     

    Unit 1

    Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

    Sept - Oct

    Section

    Concepts

    CC Standards

    Big Ideas Resources

    6.1

    Exponential Growth and Decay Functions

    A-SSE.B.3c, F-IF.C.7e, F-IF.C.8b,F-LE.A.2, F-LE.B.5

    Pages 295 - 302

    6.2

    The Natural Base e

    F-IF.C.7e, F-LE.B.5

    Pages 303 - 308

    6.3

    Logarithms and Logarithmic Functions

    F-IC.C.7e, F-BF.B.4a, F-LE.A.4

    Pages 309 - 316

    6.4

    Transformations of Exponential and Logarithmic 

    F-IF.C.7e. F-BF.B.3

    Pages 317 - 326 

    6.5

    Properties of Logarithms

    A-SSE.A.2, F-LE.A.4

    Pages 327 - 332

    6.6

    Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

    A-REI.A.1, F-LE.A.4

    Pages 333 - 340

    6.7

    Modeling with Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

    A-CED.A.2, F-BF.A.1a, F-LE.A.2

    Pages 341 - 349

     End of Quarter 1

    Unit  2

    Rational Functions

    Nov - Dec

    Section

    Concepts

    CC Standards

    Big Ideas Resources

    7.1

    Inverse Variation

    A-CED. A.1, A-CED.A.2, A-CED.A.3

    Pages 359 - 364

    7.2

    Graphing Rational Functions

    A-APR.D.6,F-BF.B.3

    Pages 365 - 374

    7.3

    Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

    A-APR.D.6, A-APR.D.7

    Pages 375 - 382

    7.4

    Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

    A-APR.D.6, A-APR.D.7

    Pages 383 - 390

    7.5

    Solving Rational Equations

    A-CED.A.4, A-REI.A.1, A-REI.A.2

    Pages 391 - 398

    Unit 3

    Sequences and Series

    Dec - Jan

    Section

    Concepts

    CC Standards

    Big Ideas Resources

    8.1

    Defining and Using Sequences and Series

    F-IF.A.3

    Pages 409 - 416

    8.2

    Analyzing Arithmetic Sequences and Series

    S-IF.A.3, F-BF.A.2, F-LE.A.2

    Pages 417 - 424

    8.3

    Analyzing Geometric Sequences and Series

    A-SSE.B.4, F-IF.A.3, F-BF.A.2, F-LE.A.2

    Pages 425 - 432

    8.4

    Finding Sums of Infinite Geometric Series

    A-SSE.B.4

    Pages 435 - 440

    8.5

    Using Recursive Rules with Sequences

    F-IF.A.3, F-BFA.A.1a, F-BF.A.2

    Pages 441 - 450

     End of Quarter 2

    Unit 4

    Trigonometric Ratios and Functions

    Feb - March

    Section

    Concepts

    CC Standards

    Big Ideas Resources

    9.1

    Right Triangle Trigonometry

    F-TF.A.1, F-TF.A.2, F-TF.B.5, F-TF.C.8

    Pages 461 - 468

    9.2

    Angles and Radian Measure

    F-TF.A.1

    Pages 469 - 476

    9.3

    Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle

    F-TF.A.2

    Pages 477 - 484

    9.4

    Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions

    F-IF.C.7e, F-BF.B.3

    Pages 485 - 496

    9.5

    Graphing Other Trigonometric Functions

    F-IF.C.7e, F-BF.B.3

    Pages 497 - 504

    9.6

    Modeling with Trigonometric Functions

     F-TF.B.5, F-BF.A.1a, A-CED.A.2

    Pages 505 - 512

    9.7

    Using Trigonometric Identities

    F-TF.C.8

    Pages 513 - 518

    9.8

    Using Sum and Difference Formulas

    F-TF.C.9

    Pages 519 - 524

     End of Quarter 3

    Unit 5

    Probability

    May

    Section

    Concepts

    CC Standards

    Big Ideas Resources

    10.1

    Sample Spaces and Probability

    S-CP.A.1

    Pages 537 - 544

    10.2

    Independent and Dependent Events

    S-CP.A.1, S-CP.A.2, S-CP.A.3, S-CP.A.5, S-CP.B.6, S-CP.B.8

    Pages 545 - 552

    10.3

    Two-Way Tables and Probability

    S-CP.A.4, S-CP.A.5

    Pages 553 - 562

    10.4

    Probability of Disjoint and Overlapping Events

     S-CP.A.1, S-CP.B.7

    Pages 563 - 568

    10.5

    Permutations and Combinations

    SA-APR.C.5, S-CP.B.9

    Pages 569 - 578

    10.6

    Binomial Distributions

    S-CP.B.9

    Pages 579 - 584

    Unit 6

    Data Analysis and Statistics

    June

    Section

    Concepts

    CC Standards

    Big Ideas Resources

    11.1

    Using Normal Distribution

    S-ID.A.4

    Pages 595 - 602

    11.2

    Populations, Samples, and Hypotheses

    S-IC.A.1, S-IC.A.2

    Pages 603 - 608

    11.3

    Collecting Data

    S-IC.A.1, S-IC.B.3

    Pages 609 - 618

    11.4

    Experimental Design

    S-IC.A.1, S-IC.B.3, S-IC.B.6

    Pages 619 - 624

    11.5

    Making Inferences from Sample Surveys

    S-IC.A.2, S-IC.B.4

    Pages 625 - 632

    11.6

    Making Inferences from Experiments

    S-IC.A.2, S-IC.B.5

    Pages 633 - 638