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1 Curriculum Catalog 2017 Glynlyon, Inc.

2 Table of Contents PRE-CALCULUS COURSE OVERVIEW...1 UNIT 1: RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS... 1 UNIT 2: FUNCTIONS... 1 UNIT 3: TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS... 2 UNIT 4: CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS AND THEIR GRAPHS... 2 UNIT 5: IDENTITIES AND FUNCTIONS OF MULTIPLE ANGLES... 2 UNIT 6: SEMESTER REVIEW AND EXAM... 2 UNIT 7: APPLICATION OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS... 3 UNIT 8: INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS AND POLAR COORDINATES... 3 UNIT 9: QUADRATIC EQUATIONS... 3 UNIT 10: COUNTING PRINCIPLES... 4 UNIT 11: CALCULUS AND REVIEW... 4 UNIT 12: SEMESTER REVIEW AND EXAM... 4 UNIT 13: FINAL EXAM Glynlyon, Inc. i

3 Course Overview is a full-year, high school credit course that is intended for the student who has successfully mastered the core algebraic and conceptual geometric concepts covered in the prerequisite courses: Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. The course primarily focuses on the skills and methods of analytic geometry and trigonometry while investigating further relationships in functions, probability, number theory, limits, and the introduction of derivatives. Upon successfully completing the course, students should have mastered the following concepts: Perform operations on functions including composition and inverses. Graph, evaluate, and solve exponential and logarithmic functions and equations. Utilize the unit circle in evaluating trigonometric identities; prove trigonometric identities; graph trigonometric functions and their inverses. Solve application problems involving right triangle trigonometry, special right triangles, and law of sines and cosines. Convert between Cartesian and polar forms; graph equations in polar coordinates. Graph and solve quadratic equations that include conic sections. Calculate probabilities, combinations, and permutations. Calculate summations and limits of functions. Relate analytical operations of limits, slope of a tangent line, and the definition of a derivative. Unit 1: Relations and Functions 1. Course Overview 8. Algebra of Functions: Composition 2. Ordered-Pair Numbers: Relations 9. Algebra of Functions: Inverse 3. Ordered-Pair Numbers: Functions 10. Quiz 2: Relations and Functions 4. Ordered-Pair Numbers: Rules of Correspondence 11. Special Project* 5. Quiz 1: Relations and Functions 12. Test 6. Algebra of Functions: Notation 13. Alternate Test* 7. Algebra of Functions: Arithmetic 14. Glossary and Credits Unit 2: Functions 1. Linear Functions: Graphs 14. Conjugates and Polynomial Identities 2. Linear Functions: Equations 15. Distance and Midpoint 3. Quiz 1: Linear Functions 16. Quiz 4: Complex Numbers 4. 2nd-Degree Functions: Solutions 17. Rational Inequalities 5. Relationships Between Zeros and Coefficients 18. Greatest Integer Function 6. Quadratic Inequalities 19. Exponential Function 7. Quiz 2: Second-Degree Functions 20. Logarithmic Function 8. Polynomial Functions 21. Function Combinations 9. Nth-Degree Equations 22. Quiz 5: Special Functions 10. Solving Polynomial Equations 23. Special Project* 11. Quiz 3: Polynomial Functions 24. Test 12. Complex Numbers 25. Alternate Test* 13. Operations with Complex Numbers 26. Glossary and Credits 2017 Glynlyon, Inc. 1

4 Unit 3: Trigonometric Functions 1. Definition of the Trigonometric Functions 10. Quiz 5: Quadrantal Angles 2. Quiz 1: Trigonometric Functions 11. Special Angles 3. Evaluation of Functions 12. Quiz 6: Special Angles 4. Quiz 2: Evaluation of Functions 13. Radian Measure 5. Angle Location 14. Quiz 7: Radian Measure 6. Quiz 3: Angle Location 15. Special Project* 7. Reduction Formulas 16. Test 8. Quiz 4: Reduction Formulas 17. Alternate Test* 9. Quadrantal Angles 18. Glossary and Credits Unit 4: Circular Functions and Their Graphs 1. Circular Functions 12. Amplitude of Circular Functions 2. Quiz 1: Circular Functions 13. Quiz 6: Amplitude of Circular Functions 3. Circular Functions of Special Angles 14. Period of Circular Functions 4. Quiz 2: Circular Functions of Special Angles 15. Quiz 7: Period of Circular Functions 5. Graphs of Sin and Cos 16. Phase Shift of Circular Functions 6. Quiz 3: Graphs of Sin and Cos 17. Quiz 8: Phase Shift of Circular Functions 7. Other Graphs 18. Special Project* 8. Quiz 4: Other Graphs 19. Test 9. Applications 20. Alternate Test* 10. Parametric Equations 21. Glossary and Credits 11. Quiz 5: Applications Unit 5: Identities and Functions of Multiple Angles 1. Reciprocal Relations 12. Quiz 6: Additional Sum and Difference Formulas 2. Quiz 1: Reciprocal Relations 13. Double- and Half-Angle Formulas 3. Pythagorean Relations 14. Quiz 7: Double- and Half-Angle Formulas 4. Quiz 2: Pythagorean Relations 15. Identities 5. Quotient Relations 16. Quiz 8: Identities 6. Quiz 3: Quotient Relations 17. Trigonometric Equations 7. Trigonometric Identities 18. Quiz 9: Trigonometric Equations 8. Quiz 4: Trigonometric Identities 19. Special Project* 9. Cosine of the Sum of Two Angles 20. Test 10. Quiz 5: Cosine of the Sum of Two Angles 21. Alternate Test* 11. Additional Sum and Difference Formulas 22. Glossary and Credits Unit 6: Semester Review and Exam 1. Review 3. Alternate Exam Form A* 2. Exam 4. Alternate Exam Form B* 2017 Glynlyon, Inc. 2

5 Unit 7: Application of Trigonometric Functions 1. Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle 12. Applications of Vectors 2. Quiz 1: Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle 13. More Applications 3. More Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle 14. Quiz 5: More Applications 4. Quiz 2: Trigonometric Functions 15. Inclined Plane Application 5. Applied Problems 16. Navigation Application 6. Law of Cosines 17. Quiz 6: Additional Application Problems 7. Quiz 3: Law of Cosines 18. Special Project* 8. Law of Sines 19. Test 9. Quiz 4: Law of Sines 20. Alternate Test* 10. Vectors 21. Glossary and Credits 11. Operations with Vectors Unit 8: Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Polar Coordinates 1. The Inverse Sine Function 15. Converting Cartesian Equations to Polar Equations 2. Quiz 1: The Inverse Sine Function 16. Quiz 8: Converting Cartesian Equations to Polar 3. The Inverse Cosine Function Equations 4. Quiz 2: The Inverse Cosine Function 17. Converting Polar Equations to Cartesian Equations 5. The Inverse Tangent Function 18. Quiz 9: Converting Polar Equations to Cartesian 6. Quiz 3: The Inverse Tangent Function Equations 7. Other Inverse Functions 19. Graphing Polar Equations 8. Quiz 4: Other Inverse Functions 20. Quiz 10: Graphing Polar Equations 9. Graphs of Inverse Functions 21. Project: De Moivre's Theorem 10. Quiz 5: Graphs of Inverse Functions 22. Special Project* 11. Graphing Polar Coordinates 23. Test 12. Quiz 6: Graphing Polar Coordinates 24. Alternate Test* 13. Converting Coordinates 25. Glossary and Credits 14. Quiz 7: Converting Coordinates Unit 9: Quadratic Equations 1. The Circle 13. The Parabola Applied 2. The Circle Continued 14. The Hyperbola 3. Equation from Three Points 15. Quiz 2: Quadratic Equations 4. Equation from Three Points Applied 16. Translation 5. The Ellipse 17. Translation of Equations 6. The Ellipse: Standard Form 18. Rotation 7. The Ellipse: General Form 19. Rotation of Equations 8. The Ellipse Applied 20. Quiz 3: Quadratic Equations 9. Quiz 1: Quadratic Equations 21. Special Project* 10. The Parabola 22. Test 11. The Parabola Continued 23. Alternate Test* 12. The Parabola: Standard Form 24. Glossary and Credits 2017 Glynlyon, Inc. 3

6 Unit 10: Counting Principles 1. Definitions, Sample Spaces, and Probability 11. Quiz 2: Probability 2. Addition of Probabilities 12. Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences 3. Multiplication of Probabilities 13. Summation 4. Quiz 1: Probability 14. Arithmetic and Geometric Series 5. Definitions 15. Quiz 3: Sequences and Series 6. Permutation of N Things: Different 16. Proofs by Mathematical Induction 7. Permutation of N Things: Not All Different 17. Special Project 8. Circular Permutations 18. Test 9. Combinations 19. Alternate Test 10. Binomial Theorem 20. Glossary and Credits Unit 11: Calculus and Review 1. Functional Notation 11. Review: Identities, Multiple Angle Functions 2. Difference Quotient 12. Review: Inverse Trig Functions; Polar Coordinates; 3. Limits Quadratics 4. Quiz 1: Limits 13. Review: Probability and Calculus 5. Slope of a Curve 14. Quiz 3: Reviews 6. Slope of a Line 15. Special Project 7. Angle Between Curves 16. Test 8. Quiz 2: Slopes and Curves 17. Alternate Test 9. Review: Relations and Functions 18. Glossary and Credits 10. Review: Trigonometric and Circular Functions Unit 12: Semester Review and Exam 1. Review 3. Alternate Exam Form A* 2. Exam 4. Alternate Exam Form B* Unit 13: Final Exam 1. Exam 3. Alternate Exam Form B* 2. Alternate Exam Form A* (*) Indicates alternative assignment 2017 Glynlyon, Inc. 4

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