MATH6436: Learning and Teaching Trigonometry

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This course is for teachers to learn the content of PMI Trigonometry and how to teach that course to students.  It provides graphing & analysis techniques to develop an understanding of more complex relations, functions, and coordinates that require trigonometry. The verification of trigonometric identities and inverse relations through algebraic reasoning are included. Topics include an overview of trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry; conic sections; polar coordinates & parametric equations; vectors;  exponential & logarithmic functions; and sequences & series.


Credits: 3


Course Syllabus
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Tuition: $ 495.00

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