Math 312 Spring 2004: Argand Plane
In this Argand Plane instructional activity, students use inversion mapping to sketch images of a circle in the Argand plane. This two-page instructional activity contains five problems.
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Modeling with Inverse Trigonometric Functions 2
Use inverse trigonometric functions to work with ramps, rabbits, and Talladega. The class models real-world situations with trigonometric functions and solves them using inverses in the 15th installment of a 16-part series. Pupils solve...
11th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
Exponential Form to Find Complex Roots
Sal solves the problem x^3 = 1 for all of the real and complex roots using the exponential form of the complex number. He shows how the roots found in exponential form are the same as those in a more traditional form of a complex number...
12 mins 10th - 12th Math