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Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation
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bperry
Posted 12/9/2006 8:49 PM (#1431)
Subject: Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation


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http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/unit/unit.htm

dhays
Posted 12/11/2006 8:22 PM (#1436 - in reply to #1431)
Subject: RE: Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation
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Very nice!! Thanks Bryson.
rgoin
Posted 12/13/2006 8:21 PM (#1442 - in reply to #1431)
Subject: RE: Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation


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Thanks Bryson. Can you help me hook my computer up to my projector next semester so I can show this? Have you ever graphed sin/cos using spaghetti and the unit circle? I thought this would be fun activity to do the first day back from winter break. What do you all think?
bperry
Posted 12/13/2006 11:02 PM (#1443 - in reply to #1431)
Subject: RE: Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation


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I think Mrs. Hays may have done that and that sounds like a good introductory activity
dhays
Posted 12/14/2006 7:38 PM (#1446 - in reply to #1431)
Subject: RE: Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation
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The spaghetti activity is very good. I did it with toothpicks, but spaghetti works well too.
rgoin
Posted 12/18/2006 1:55 PM (#1451 - in reply to #1431)
Subject: RE: Trig Graph Unit Circle Animation


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Mrs. Hays - Did you do this in Alg 2 or precalc?
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