Math-102 - Trigonometry ( Section 57896 ) - Rupa Sinha
|Course:||Trigonometry ( Section 57896 )|
I am professor Rupa Sinha. I live in Valencia with my husband and twin boys. You should have good algebra knowledge to take this class.
Attendance is the key in order to succeed in this class. Always try to finish your assignments on time.
We will cover introduction to trigonometry, right triangles, radian measure, trig graphs and models, trigonometric identities, inverse functions and trig equations, applications of trigonometry, trigonometric connections to algebra etc.
What to Expect in this Course
Weekly work load will be 4-5 hours. You need laptop with camera, zoom, chrome, canvas access, good internet connection for this online live class.
You will have chapter exams, mid terms and Final exam. You might have 1 project in this class.
Types of Assessments
There are different type of assessments, like mini quizzes, poctored online chapter exams and mid term, proctored final exam, homework/classwork etc.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
You will use second edition Trigonometry book written by John W. Coburn and J.D. Herdlick. The book cover is purple with 2 yellow fish.
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If you need this class and in waitlist, wait for day 1 and email me with any questions.
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Last updated: 07/08/2021 Sub#: 349