Ch 21: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Trigonometric Functions

Everything you need to know about trigonometric functions for the math section of the Michigan Merit Exam is here! This chapter includes interesting and concise video lessons and quizzes that will help you to answer questions like the ones you will see on your exam.

Michigan Merit Exam- Math: Trigonometric Functions - Chapter Summary

This chapter's fun and engaging video lessons can refresh your memory about how to graph cosine transformations and memorize a unit circle. Take our quizzes to see if you understand radians and degrees. This chapter's mixture of video lessons and quizzes will help you learn or remember the following:

• Memorization of the first quadrant of a unit circle
• Unit circles, right triangles, sine and cosine
• Conversion from radians to degrees
• Secant, cosecant, and cotangent
• Sine and cosine transformations

You can access the explanations in the video lessons of the correct answers to the quizzes by clicking the 'Watch Answer' buttons. Entire lesson transcripts are provided if you would like to read through them. The bold printed keywords will make you aware of the terms on which you need to focus.

Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Trigonometric Functions Objectives

This chapter of study materials links to the Algebra and Functions section of the math Michigan Merit Exam. It is one part of the four-part section which contains 25 multiple-choice questions. The exam may contain questions that ask you to identify the connection between radians and degrees, and find the answers for sine and cosine problems.

6 Lessons in Chapter 21: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Trigonometric Functions
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