This video explains how to find the 5 remaining trigonometric function values given the sine function value and the quadrant of the angle.

# Given sin(A)=2/5 and Quadrant of A, Find 5 Trig Function Values

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# Given sin(A)=2/5 and Quadrant of A, Find 5 Trig Function Values

# Curious Math Fact: 10! Seconds = 6 Weeks

# Grade 6 Common Core Math Mixed Review (Summer Review)

# Determine the Height of a Building Using a Scale Factor (Proportion)

# Use a Ratio and Tape (Bar) Diagram to Determine a Nut Mix

# Use a Ratio and Tape (Bar) Diagram to Determine if Ratios are Equivalent

# Percent Application: Determine an Original Price Using a Tape (Bar) Diagram

This video explains how to find the 5 remaining trigonometric function values given the sine function value and the quadrant of the angle.

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This video verifies that 10 factorial seconds equals 6 weeks of time.

This playlist contains Grade 6 common core math problems. I will be adding more videos to this playlist. This would be a great review for summer time for students.

This video explains how to use a proportion and a given scale factor to determine the height of a building and the height of 1 floor of the building.

This video uses a tape or bar diagram to explain the meaning of a ratio. The tape diagram is used to determine a number of nuts in a mix.

This video uses a tape or bar diagram to explain the meaning of a ratio. The tape diagram is used to determine if given ratios are equivalent.

This video solves a percent problem using a tape diagram.