# Lessons 1–5 Self Assessment 1

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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Draw right triangles on a circle to calculate how far points on the circle are above or below the center of the circle, or how far to the right or left of the center of the circle. | |||

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I can calculate the angular speed given the period of rotation of a Ferris wheel, and calculate the period of rotation of a Ferris wheel given its angular speed. | |||

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I can identify the amplitude, period, and location of the midline from a function of the form | |||

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I can sketch a graph of a function of the form | |||

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## Next steps

My plan for mastering this content is…

# Lessons 6–9 Self Assessment 2

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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Find the angle measure of an angle of rotation in both degrees and radians. | |||

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I can calculate the sine and cosine of an angle of rotation on a circle with a given radius of | |||

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I can calculate the sine and cosine of an angle of rotation on a unit circle. | |||

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I can label a point on the circle with rectangular coordinates or polar coordinates. | |||

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I can write equations to model the vertical or horizontal positions of a point rotating around a circle using either degrees or radians. | |||

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## Next steps

My plan for mastering this content is…