Greg Ptaszynski
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Trigonometry Syllabus and lesson plans 4.1 Vocabulary of Trigonometry 4.2/4.3 Building a unit circle 4.4 trig functions outside of the unit circle 4.5/4.6 Graphs of Sine, Cosine and Tangent functions 4.7 inverse functions 5.1 Simplifying Trig Identities 5.2 Verifying Trig Identities 5.3 Solving Trig Identities 5.4 Sum and Difference Formulas 5.5 Half angle, double angle, power reducing, product to sum and sum to product formulas 6.1 Law of Sines 6.2 Law of Cosines 6.5 complex numbers Answers for ch 6 review 9.1 Circles 9.1 Parabolas 9.2 Ellipses 9.3 Hyperbolas 9.4 Rotation of a conic section 9.5 Parametric Equations 9.6 Polar Equations 6.3 Vectors 6.4 Vectors and dot products 6.3/6.4 review 10.1 and 10.2 Vectors in space
Probability and Statistics B Syllabus and lesson plans 6.1 Probability distributions 6.2 Binomial distributions 6.3 Additional properties of the Binomial Distribution 7.1 Normal distributions 7.2 Standardized values and z scores 7.3 Calculating probabilities with z scores and calculators 7.4 Sampling sidtributions 7.5 Central Limit Theorem (CLT) 7.6 Normal Approximations to the Binomial Distribution 8.1 Confidence intervals when population std dev is known 8.2 Confidence intervals when population std dev is unknown 8.3 Confidence intervals for proportions 9.1 Hypothesis testing with known population standard deviation 9.2 Hypothesis testing with an unknown population standard deviation 9.3 Hypothesis testing with a proportion 10.1 Hypothesis testing of paired difference 10.2 Hypothesis testing of difference between two means 10.3 Hypothesis testing of difference of proportions Chapter 10 review Mandy's Awesome Review for ch 6  10
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