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We then worked on determining similarity between two triangles. We focused on AA similarity and once similarity (and the scale factor) was established, we could solve for the sides of a triangle. Lastly, we covered the trigonometric ratios of sine, cosine, and tangent. We learned how to use them to determine both unknown sides and angles. We reviewed a bunch of word problems that required the use of trig functions (mainly involving angles or depression and elevation).
In precalculus, we discussed probability, sequences and series, and the binomial theorem. In probability, we reviewed both permutations and combinations and their application in probability. We saw that combinations were used in conjunction with the binomial theorem to expand binomial powers quickly. We reviewed both the explicit formulas for arithmetic and geometric sequences as well as the summation formulas for both types of sequences. We saw that some of the problems required the use of both types of formulas to solve them. We practiced the conversion to and from sigma notation. To wrap it up, we differentiated between partial and infinite sums and their corresponding formulas."