# VOCABULARY GAME Word Search

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Word Search
Description

sine function
Midline
amplitude
conterminal angle
cosine
Cycle
initial side
period
Periodic function
sine
standard position
tangent
terminal side
unit circle

## Pre-Calculus Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A rectangular (or square) array of numbers. Matrix
Trig function where adjacent is over hypotenuse Cosine
The ray where measurement of an angle stops. Terminal ray
Equations relating the sines of the interior angles of a triangle and the corresponding opposite sides. LawofSine
The circle with radius 1 which is centered at the origin on the x-y plane Unit circle
A u-shaped curve with certain specific properties. Parabola
The function obtained by switching the x- and y-variables in a function. Inverse Functions
The trig function where opposite is over hypotenuse. Sine
The ray where measurement of an angle starts. Initial Ray
The horizontal distance required for the graph of a periodic function to complete one cycle. Period
The principle axis of symmetry. Major Axis
Horizontal shift for a periodic function. Phase Shift
two fixed points within the conic section Foci
Half the difference between the minimum and maximum values of the range. Amplitude
A conic section which is essentially a stretched circle. Ellipse
A unit for measuring angles Radians
For any given angle, its reference angle is an acute version of that angle. Reference Angle
A line through the center which is perpendicular to the major axis. Minor Axis
Angles which, drawn in standard position, share a terminal side. Coterminal Angles
A unit of angle measure equal to  of a complete revolution. Degrees
A conic section that can be thought of as an inside-out ellipse. Hyperbolas

## Trig Word Find Word Search

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Word Search
Description

ANGLE OF DEPRESSION
ANGLE OF ELEVATION
ARC LENGTH
BEARINGS
CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS
COMPLEMENTARY
COSECANT
COSINE
COTANGENT
DEGREE
HYPOTENUSE
IDENTITIES
INITIAL SIDE
INVERSE
OPPOSITE
PERIOD
PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
REFERENCE ANGLE
SECANT
SINE
SUPPLEMENTARY
TANGENT
TERMINAL SIDE
TRANSLATE
TRIANGLE
TRIGONOMETRY
UNIT CIRCLE
VERTICAL ANGLES

## Pre-Cal Chapter 4 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

opposite over hypotenuse sine
trigonometric functions that are reciprocals of each other (2wds.) reciprocal functions
ratios that are formed using the side measures of a right triangle and a reference angle (2wds.) trigonometric ratios
the angle formed by a horizontal line and an observer's line of sight to an object below (3 wds.) angle of depression
the angle formed by a horizontal line and an observer's line of sight to an object above (3 wds.) angle of elevation
to find the measures of all the sides and angles of a triangle (4 wds) solve a right triangle
the common endpoint of two or more noncollinear rays vertex
the starting position of a ray when forming an angle (2 wds.) initial side
the final position of a ray after rotation when forming an angle (2 wds.) terminal side
In the coordinate plane, an angle positioned so that its vertex is at the origin and its initial side is along the positive x-axis (2 wds.) standard position
a unit of angular measurement equal to 180/pi radians
angles in standard position that have the same initial and terminal sides but different measures (2 wds.) coterminal angles
the rate at which an object moves along a circular path (2 wds.) linear speed
the rate at which the object rotates about a fixed point (2 wds.) angular speed
an angle in standard position that has a terminal side that lies on one of the coordinate axis (2 wds.) quadrantal angle
the acute angle formed by the terminal side of an angle in standard position and the x-axis (2 wds.) reference angle
a circle with radius one centered at the origin of a coordinate system (2 wds.) unit circle
any transformation of a sine function sinusoid
half the distance between the maximum and minimum values of a sinusoidal function amplitude
the number of cycles the function completes in one unit intervals frequency
the difference between the horizontal position of a function and that of an otherwise similar sinusoidal function (2wds.) phase shift
A vertical translation that is the average of the maximum and minimum values of the function (2wds.) vertical shift

Type
Word Search
Description

Phi
Wavelength
Unitcircle
Trigonometry
Triangle
Tangent
Secant
Midline
Inverse
Identities
Function
Frequency
Equation
Degree
Counterclockwise
Coterminal
Clockwise
COtangent
Cosine
Cosecant
Circle
Beta
Angle
Amplitude

## Pre Calculus Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Amplitude
Angular
Annulus
Arc Length
Area of A Triangle
Cavalieri
Co Function
Coordinate
Coterminal
Degree
Depression
Displacement
Double Angle
Ellipsoid
Formulas
Frequency
Homogeneous
Identities
Indeterminate
Instantaneous
Inverse
Law of Cosines
Law of Sines
Linear
Orthogonal
Period
Projectile Motion
Pythagarean
Quotient
Reciprocal
Reference
Sector
Six Trig
Tangent
Torus
Trapezoid Rule
Trigometric
Undefined
Velocity

## Trig Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

obtuse
range
domain
right angle
unit circle
coterminal angles
asymptotes
degrees
ending point
starting point
vertical shift
amplitude
period
tangent function
contangent function
pythagorean theorem
cosine
sine
phase shift

## trigonometry Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

inverse function of the sine arcsine
ratio of the adjacent to the opposite side of a right triange cotangent
1 of these is at the negative x-axis radian
the space between intersecting lines angle
the set of all inputs of a function domain
the repeating interval of a periodic function period
the set of all possible outputs of a function range
the circle whose center is at the origin and radius is one unit circle
the branch of math that deals with the relations between the sides and angles of triangles and the calculations ased on them trigonometry
90 degrees rightangle
longest side of a triangle hypotenuse
y/r sine
x/r cosine
y/x tangent

## Chapter 4.1, 4.3, & 4.8 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Means " measurement of triangles" Trigonometry
Determined by rotating a ray to its end point Angle
includes initial side and its origin is the vertex STANDARD POSITION
has the same initial and terminal side Coterminal
starting point of ray Initial side
end point of a ray vertex
position after rotation terminal side
Counterclockwise rotation positive angles
generated by clockwise rotation Negative angles
sum is π/2 complementary
sum is π Supplementary
a term to measure angles Degree
the long side opposite to the right angle of a triangle Hypotenuse
soh Sine
Cah cosine
Toa Tangent
acute angle that follows a path due north Bearing

## Chapter 8 crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

the positive square root of two number's products geometric mean
a set of three nonzero whole numbers a, b, and c, such that a^2 + b^2 = c^2 pythagorean triple
opp/hyp sine
ratio of the lengths of two sides of a right triangle trigonometric ratio
trigon, meaning triangle, and metron, meaning measure trigonometry
cos-1 inverse cosine
sin-1 inverse sine
tan-1 inverse tangent
horizontal line and line of sight above horizontal line angle of elevation
horizontal line and line of sight below horizontal line angle of depression
used to find side lengths and angle measures for any triangle (AAS or ASA) Law of Sines
used to solve a triangle with the measures of two sides and included angle (SAS) Law of Cosines
the length of a vector from its original point to its terminal point magnitude
expressed as the angle it forms with the horizontal or as a measurement between 0 & 90 east or west of the north-south line direction
describes the magnitude and direction of the quantity vector
the sum of two or more vectors is a single vector resultant
when a vector's initial point is at the origin standard position
to describe a vector with an initial point; (x,y) component form

## PreCal 5.1---5.4 Vocab. Quiz/Test Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the common endpoint of two rays forming an angle vertex
the side opposite the right angle in a right triangle hypotenuse
the measure of an angle that is 1/360 of a complete rotation in the positive direction degree
functions defined using a unit circle circular functions
the angle between a horizontal line and the line of sight from the observer to an object at a lower level angle of depression
the angle between a horizontal line and the line of sight from the observer to an object at a higher level angle of elevation
the fixed ray of an angle initial side
two angles in standard position that have the same terminal side coterminal angles
an angle with its vertex at the origin and its initial side along the positive x-axis standard position
an angle in standard position whose terminal side coincides with one of the axes quadrantal angle
the side of a right triangle that is opposite an acute angle in the triangle side opposite
a unit of angle measure that is 1/60 of a minute second
a unit of angle measure that is 1/60 of a degree minute
the two sides of a right triangle forming the right angle legs
a ray of an angle that rotates about the vertex terminal side
a ratio of the sides of a right triangle used to defind the sine, cosine, and tangent ratios of the triangle trigonometric ratio
a circle of radius 1 unit whose center is at the origin of a rectangular coordinate system unit circle
the acute angle formed by the terminal side of an angle in standard position and the x-axis reference angle
the reciprocal trig ratio of cosine secant
the reciprocal trig ratio of sine cosecant
the reciprocal trig ratio of tangent cotangent
the acronym used to help remember the three main trig functions sohcahtoa
the trig function represented by the x-coordinate cosine
the trig function represented by the y-coordinate sine