Making Common Core Functions fun tolerable

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Common Core Domain: Functions

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Cluster Statement Standard Code Lessons
Understanding Functions F.IF.1-5, F.IF.9 Intro to Functions - Domain, Range & Inverse
Types of Functions F.IF.7, F.BF.3 Lines & Equations of Lines Even & Odd Functions Graphing Transformations & Piecewise Functions Exponential Functions & Graphs Logs, Log Equations, & Graphs
Rewriting Functions F.IF.8 How To Find X- & Y-Intercepts Factoring Exponent Rules, Like Bases, & Negative Exponents
Creating Functions F.BF.1 How to Translate Words Into Equations
Arithmatic and Geometric Sequences F.BF.2 Sequences & Series
Inverse Functions F.BF.4-5 Inverse Functions Evaluating Logs & Solving Basic Log Equations
Linear and Exponential Functions F.LE.1-5 Lines & Equations of Lines Exponential Functions & Graphs Sequences & Series
Trigonometric Functions F.TF.1-6 Intro to Trig - SohCahToa "Special" Triangles -- 30-60-90 & 45-45-90 Secant, Co-Secant, and Co-Tangent: the "other three" trig functions The Unit Circle Radians Inverse Trig Functions
Inverse Trigonometric Functions F.TF.7 Inverse Trig Functions
Trigonometric Identities F.TF.8-9 Trig Proofs & Identities Double-Angle, Half-Angle, and Sum/Difference Formulas Power Reducing Formulas for Sine & Cosine