The PreCalculus Universal Set from Math-U-See will cover these concepts and more:
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Special Right Triangles (30°- 60°- 90° and 45°- 45°- 90°)
- Trigonometric Ratios
- Inverse Trigonometric Ratios
- Interpreting the Trigonometry Tables
- Using the Trig. Table to Solve for the Unknown
- Using a Calculator and Arc Functions
- Angles of Elevation and Depression
- Angles less than 0°
- Angles greater than 360°
- Reference Angles
- Negative Angle Relationships
- Proving Trigonometric Identities
- Sum and Difference Identities
- Double-Angle and Half-Angle Identities
- Law of Sines
- Law of Cosines
- Ambiguity in the Law of Sines
- Radian Measure
- Polar Coordinates and Rectangular Coordinates
- Polar Equations and Polar Graphs
This Set Includes:
- Instruction Manual, 494 pages, hardcover.
- Instructional DVD
- Student Workbook, 344 perforated, softcover. Non-reproducible; consumable workbook.
- Test Booklet, 88 perforated, softcover. Non-reproducible; consumable resource.
- Lifetime access to PreCalculus Digital Pack.
PreCalculus Sample Lesson
DUE TO COVID 19---- WE ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK ON THESE PRODUCTS. WE DO APOLOGIZE.
Math-U-See offers a unique instructional approach that makes it easier for instructors (parents, teachers, and tutors) to help students progress in mastering fundamental math skills and concepts.
Math by Manipulatives
Math-U-See's simple but powerful set of colorful manipulatives allows abstract math concepts to be represented in clear, relatable ways. These manipulatives, combined with distinctive strategies presented through videos, textbooks, practice, systematic review, and assessments, guide students from concept to concept as they build a solid understanding of mathematics.
Mastery, Not Grade Level
Because the focus is on understanding math concepts, the curriculum is not organized traditionally by grades; rather, Math-U-See is a skills-based program that focuses on student mastery of a concept before progressing to the next concept. Please take the Readiness Assessment if you are unsure what course your student should take.