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Using the unit circle for Inverse Trig Functions

Using the unit circle for Inverse Trig Functions

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Author: Abel Maestas
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Students will be able to use the unit circle to solve a variety of problems that involve inverse trigonometric functions and special angles in the unit circle.

There are about 9 problems that are covered in this video.  This is the second part of a two-part video series on Inverse Trig Functions.  The first video consisted of the graphs and how to determine the range restrictions for each of the six inverse trig functions.

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Using the Unit Circle to compute Inverse Trig Functions

This is the second part of my discussion on using inverse trig functions. In this video, I go over examples of how we can use the unit circle to solve problems involving inverse trig functions and special angles.

Worksheet 6.6 - Inverse Trig Functions

This is a worksheet that will be worked on in class that has some practice problems and review from the videos in section 6.6.

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