High School Trigonometry: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
In the High School Trigonometry Web Guide, you’ll find formulas and graphs, homework help, lesson plans and much more. Break the complex theories of trigonometry into smaller, more understandable units with this informative Web Guide.Educators: Sign up for our education newsletter.
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Your teen will certainly be challenged with a year of trigonometry and, unless you’re an engineer, you probably don’t remember these complicated concepts very well. Parent resources for trigonometry can help you help your child understand trig, whether for a class assignment or standardized test.
- Science organizations including NASA can help you find real-world applications for trigonometry. One great example is NASA’s PUMAS (Practical Uses of Math and Science) site, where you’ll find more than 75 practical uses for math concepts.
- One of the best ways to help your teenager is to ask her teacher what the class is studying and what is coming up next. The other sections of this Web guide will be of particular interest to many parents and can provide ideas for ways to help your child stay on top of current assignments and prepare for new units.
- For many more Web sites that can help you teach trigonometry at home, see our findingDulcinea Homeschooling Web Guide.