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Trigonometry

The Unit Circle is an important tool that helps visualize trigonometric ratios and more. This topic explores how to measure Angles on the Unit Circle and find Coordinates on the Unit Circle. Drawing Triangles on the Unit Circle is a useful strategy for evaluating trigonometric functions in both radians and degrees. From Finding the Reference Angle to Plotting a Point on the Unit Circle, you will see how essential the Unit Circle is when studying trigonometry.

- The Unit Circle
- Coordinates on the Unit Circle
- Radians and Degrees on the Unit Circle
- Angles on the Unit Circle
- Drawing an Angle on the Unit Circle
- Drawing an Angle Over 360 Degrees
- Drawing a Negative Angle
- Determining an Angle Measure
- Reference Angles
- Finding the Reference Angle
- Trigonometric Functions on the Unit Circle
- Positive and Negative Functions
- Plotting a Point on the Unit Circle
- Triangles in the Unit Circle
- Drawing a Triangle on the Unit Circle
- Finding a Missing Coordinate
- Determining the Angle that Corresponds to a Coordinate
- Determining the Coordinate that Corresponds to an Angle
- Solving Trigonometric Functions on the Unit Circle

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