- Solve right triangles using trigonometric functions.
- Solve application problems involving trigonometric functions.
- Use inverse trigonmetric functions to solve for multiple angles.

- Use the law of sines and law of cosines to solve triangles.
- Identify cases where the law of sines provides multiple solutions to a triangle.
- Solve application problems using the law of sines and the law of cosines.

- State the domain and range of trigonometric functions.
- Identify the amplitude and period of trigonometric functions.
- Sketch the graph of a trigonometric equation using transformations.

- Monthly Test #1

- Use the basic trigonometric identities to simplify an expression.
- Prove a trigonometric identity by only manipulating the left-hand side.

- Use trigonometric sum and difference formulas to prove another trigonometric identity.
- Use double-angle, half-angle, and power-reducing identities to prove another trigonometric identity

- Identify the symmetry of a polar function.
- Sketch the graph of polar functions using a table of values.
- Identify the differences between circles, roses, limaçons, and lemniscates.

- Convert parametric equations to rectangular equations by elimating the parameter.
- Find the parametric equation of a line through two points.
- Solve application problems involving parametric equations.

- Quarter 3 Exam

- Use vectors to find the magnitude and direction of a resultant force.
- Use the dot product to determine the angle between two vectors.
- Find the vector projection of one vector onto another.
- Calculate the work done by a force over a distance.