Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

1.  express an angle measure in radians, or Degrees, Minutes, Seconds, or
Decimal Degrees; convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees. 
2.  determine an angle coterminal with a given angle. 
3.  use the properties of similar triangles to determine missing sides or angles. 
4.  demonstrate and applly the definitions of the trigonometric functions. 
5.  demonstrate and apply the reciprocal, Pythagorean, and quotient identities. 
6.  use the definition of trigonometric ratios to solve a right triangle problem. 
7.  determine the trigonometric ratios of special angles given in radian measure. 
8.  state and apply the formula to determine the length of an arc;
state and apply the formula to determine the area of a sector. 
9.  create a graph of the trigonometric functions 
10.  identify a sine or cosine function, given its amplitude, period, and phase shift. 
11.  demonstrate and apply the fundamental identities. 
12.  evaluate an expression involving trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions 
13.  solve a trigonometric equation involving multiple of halfangles;
solve an equation involving inverse trigonometric functions. 