Math 113

Course Description

This course is a continuation of Math 112. It includes the study of trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, as well as extensive work with trigonometric identities and equations. Other topics contained in this course are: polar coordinates, complex numbers, DeMoivre’s Theorems, vectors, and conic sections.

  • The course presents the essential characteristics and basic processes of inquiry and analysis in the discipline.
  • The course encourages the development of critical thinking skills and requires students to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate
  • The course considers its subjects in relation to other disciplines and to the human condition.
  • The course is not limited to majors in any discipline.
  • The course does not focus on professional skills.

Learning Outcomes for This Course

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to

  • Recognize and use trigonometric functions and their inverses in applications involving right and oblique triangles.
  • Graph the trigonometric functions in the rectangular coordinate system.
  • Solve trigonometric equations with angles using both radian and degree measure.
  • Work with complex numbers in polar form, perform vector operations, and use vectors in applications.
  • Recognize and graph conic sections and identify their pertinent components.

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