**Some Very Useful Links**

**Some Very Useful Links**

Here are some links that will help tremendously with your understanding of the graphing calculator and also with certain topics in class.

Excellent site for explanation and extra help with all math topics. You can search by course and by topic.

Illustration of Sound Waves. Click to compare different frequencies of sound.

Drag a terminal point around the unit circle to evaluate trigonometric values.

Manipulate and understand triangle patterns within the unit circle.

Manipulate angles to understand their degree / radian measure along with the concept of coterminal angles.

Practice your math facts to stay sharp with mental arithmetic.

This is the site for the online version of our Algebra 1 and Geometry textbooks. A username and password are required. Once logged in the site contains a copy of the book, interactive tests and quizzes, video tutorials, and electronic versions of calculators.

(Awesome site for learning about TI-Nspire / TI-83 / TI-84)

(Go here if you ever need graph paper)

__Math Reference Site__Excellent site for explanation and extra help with all math topics. You can search by course and by topic.

__Exploring Sound (Waves)__Illustration of Sound Waves. Click to compare different frequencies of sound.

**Interactive Unit Circle**Drag a terminal point around the unit circle to evaluate trigonometric values.

**Unit Circle - Great Study Graphic**Manipulate and understand triangle patterns within the unit circle.

**Understanding Angles and Their Measure.**Manipulate angles to understand their degree / radian measure along with the concept of coterminal angles.

**That's a Fact!**Practice your math facts to stay sharp with mental arithmetic.

____**http://my.hrw.com/**This is the site for the online version of our Algebra 1 and Geometry textbooks. A username and password are required. Once logged in the site contains a copy of the book, interactive tests and quizzes, video tutorials, and electronic versions of calculators.

**www.mathbits.com**(Awesome site for learning about TI-Nspire / TI-83 / TI-84)

**www.mathbits.com/MathBits/StudentResources/GraphPaper/GraphPaper.htm**(Go here if you ever need graph paper)