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BQ# 6: Unit U Concepts 1-8: Functions and Their Limits.
1. What is continuity? What is discontinuity? A continuous function is predictable. That means there are no breaks, holes, and jumps. The function can be drawn without lifting the pencil. Here's an example of a continuous function. http://www.mathsisfun.com...

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BQ#3 – Unit T Concepts 1-3
How do the graphs of sine and cosine relate to each of the others?  Emphasize asymptotes in your response. We know that both sin and cos are seen in the ratio identities of the other 4 trig functions. Before examining their relations to each other, we need ...

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BQ#4 – Unit T Concept 3
Why is a “normal” tangent graph uphill, but a “normal” tangent graph downhill? Use unit circle ratios to explain. We know that the ratio for tangent is y/x. This means the asymptote is where x is equal to 0 (making the ratio undefined). The x-value is equal...

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BQ#5 – Unit T Concepts 1-3
Why do sine and cosine NOT have asymptotes, but the other four trig graphs do? Use unit circle ratios to explain. In order for a trig function to have an asymptote, it must be undefined. We know that the ratio for sin is y/r and the ratio for cos is x/r. In...

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BQ#2 – Unit T Concept Intro
How do the trig graphs relate to the Unit Circle? When you straighten out the unit circle, it is easier to decipher how it is related to trig graphs. With our former knowledge of trig functions, we know that each trig function has its positive and negative ...

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Reflection#1: Unit Q: Verifying Trig Identities
1. What does it actually mean to verify a trig identity?  Verifying a trig function means to prove that one side is equal to the other side, to prove that it is true. This can be accomplished through manipulating one side of the equation to make it look lik...
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