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 problems dealing with inclined surfaces and periodic situations.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Work with the physics teachers to provide additional problems students can solve using inverse trigonometric functions
  • Have the class graph the periodic problems to get a better understanding of the situation
Classroom Considerations

  • It is beneficial if scholars understand physics as it relates to ramps, but it is not necessary

  • Answer key provides the steps to show how to determine the solution
  • The scaffolding show the forces on an object in different orientations

  • None