Unit two: GRAPHING TRIG RATIOS 

I can Change from radian measure to degree measure, and vice versa
I can Find the length of an arc given the measure of the central angle
I can Find the area of a sector. 

I can Find linear and angular velocity.


I can Use the graphs of the sine and cosine functions.


I can Find the amplitude and period for sine and cosine functions.
I can Write equations of sine and cosine functions given the amplitude and period.


I can Find the phase shift and the vertical translation for sine and cosine functions.
I can Graph compound functions.
I can Write the equations of sine and cosine functions given the amplitude, period, phase shift, and vertical translation. 

I can Model realworld data using sine and cosine functions.
I can Use sinusoidal functions to solve problems. 

I can Graph tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant functions.
I can Write equations of trigonometric functions. 

I can Use a graphing calculator to model beat effects produced by waves of almost equal frequencies.
I can Graph inverse trigonometric functions.
I can Find principal values of inverse trigonometric functions


I can find values of trigometric functions for acute angles.
I can use trigometric functions to find side lengths and angle measures of right triangles. 

I can draw and find angles in standard positions.
I can convert between degrees and radians. 

I can find the values for trig functions for general angles.
I can find the values for trig functions by using reference angles. 

I can find the area of a triangle using two sides and an included angle.
I can use the law of sines to solve triangles. 

I can use the law of cosines to solve triangles.
I can choose methords to solve triangles. 

I can find the values of trigometric functions based on the unit circle.
I can use the properties of periodic functions to evaluate trigometric functions. 

I can describe and graph the sine, cosine, and tangent functions.
I can describe and graph other trigometric functions. 

I can graph horizontial translations of trigometric graphs and find phase shifts.
I can graph vertical translations of trigometric graphs. 

I can Find equal, opposite, and parallel vectors.
I can Add and subtract vectors geometrically. 

I can Find ordered pairs that represent vectors.
I can Add, subtract, multiply, and find the magnitude of vectors algebraically.


I can Add and subtract vectors in threedimensional space.
I can Find the magnitude of vectors in threedimensional space. 

I can Find the inner and cross products of two vectors.
I can Determine whether two vectors are perpendicular.
I can Use a graphing calculator program to obtain the components of the cross product of two vectors in space.


I can Graph points in polar coordinates.
I can Graph simple polar equations.
I can Determine the distance between two points with polar coordinates.


I can Graph polar equations.


I can Solve problems using vectors and right triangle trigonometry.


I can Write vector and parametric equations of lines.
I can Graph parametric equations.
I can Investigate the use of parametric equations.


I can Model the motion of a projectile using parametric equations.
I can Solve problems related to the motion of a projectile, its trajectory, and range.


I can Transform threedimensional figures using matrix operations to describe the transformation. 

I can Convert between polar and rectangular coordinates.


I can Write the polar form of a linear equation.
I can Graph the polar form of a linear equation.


I can Add, subtract, multiply, and divide complex numbers in rectangular form.


I can Graph complex numbers in the complex plane.
I can Convert complex numbers from rectangular to polar form and vice versa.
I can Explore geometric relationships in the complex plane.


I can Find the product and quotient of complex numbers in polar form.


I can Find powers and roots of complex numbers in polar form using De Moivre's Theorem.

