EULOGIO “AMANG’ RODRIGUEZ
INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Nagtahan, Sampaloc, Manila
Subject: PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
Code: MATH 122
Curriculum: GENERAL EDUCATION
1.0 EARIST PHILOSOPHY
As a state college, Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and
Technology (EARIST) believes that the education is not an are of knowledge that can be
arrogated unto itself by one profession, nor it is a division separate and distinct from the
society and the times in which it flourishes. It is a plexus of knowledge applied to the
economic, social and moral development of a self-actualized and productive citizenry.
2.0 EARIST VISION
The Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology (EARIST)
is envisioned as a Center of Excellence in scientific, technical and technological
education in Metro Manila in particular and the Philippines in general.
3.0 EARIST MISSION
Turn out vocationally, technically, technologically and scientifically trained
graduates who will be economically productive, self sufficient, effective, responsible and
disciplined citizens of the Philippines.
4.0 EARIST GOAL
Provide professional, scientific, technological, technical and vocational
instruction and training in trades, business, arts, sciences and technology and for special
purposes promote research, advanced studies, and progressive leadership.
5.0 EARIST OBJECTIVES
5.1 Strive for academic excellence in instruction, research, extension and
production through accreditation.
5.2 Provide appropriate and continuing faculty and staff development
5.3 Provide and maintain appropriate technologies, instructional facilities,
materials and equipment.
5.4 Produce quality graduates who are globally competitive to man the needs
of business and industry.
5.5 Attain university status through Unity, Solidarity and Teamwork.
6.0 COLLEGE GOALS
6.1 Provide youth with acquisition of the ability to think logically and
critically; and develop their self-expression, moral and social
responsibility, and other skills in discovering the truth, in addition to
equipping them with appreciation for human values and basic essential
knowledge for specific course.
6.2 Provide maximum opportunities to the youth in pursuit of a better quality
of life by emphasizing the acquisition of knowledge and the formation of
the necessary skills through research and investigation; and to make them
responsible and productive member of the society.
6.3 Develop appreciation for athletic and cultural heritage indigenously
Filipino and enhance ideals, attitude, and habits desirable for his total
development as a human being.
6.4 Adopt a standardized curriculum for each course geared towards the goals
of Higher Education; ensuring the attainment of empowered and globally
competitive Filipinos through quality and excellent and rationalizing the
Philippine Higher Educational System.
7.0 PROGRAM GOAL
Produce graduates who are capable in logical reasoning; precise in mathematical
language; competent in handling abstract situation and problem solving and possess
analytical and critical thinking.
8.0 PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
8.1 Produce students equipped with critical and logical reasoning and
competent in mathematical abstraction.
8.2 Provide strong foundation necessary for scientific and technical and
statistical research through acquisition of knowledge and skills.
8.3 Provide insight and understanding the relationships between mathematics
and the reality.
8.4 Promote awareness and understanding of the role of students in the
maintenance and sustenance of the quality of life through lofty ideals,
desirable habits and attitudes.
9.0 COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course deals with study of circular and trigonometric functions, solutions of
right and oblique triangle and logarithms, solution of spherical triangle.
Pre-requisite/s: College Algebra
10.0 COURSE OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course, the students are expected to:
10.1 name the six functions and apply them in worded problems;
10.2 acquire skill I the use of the tables as well as using scientific calculator;
10.3 derive some fundamental relations and identities;
10.4 solve problems of oblique triangle using the laws of sine and cosine
11.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENT TARGET (QuART)
11.1 solve problems in Trigonometry using trigonometric or circular functions
and prove different identities.
12.0 COURSE OUTLINE
12.1 Vision-Mission and goals of advanced college
12.3 Circular functions
12.4 Inverse circular and trigonometric functions
12.6 Trigonometric Ratios and Solutions of Right Triangle
12.7 Solutions of Oblique Triangle
12.8 The Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
13.0 COURSE REQUIREMENTS
13.2 Assignments/Problem Sets
13.5 Major Exams
14.1 Major Exams (Final/Midterm) 40%
14.2 Quizzes 35%
14.3 Project/Assignment 10%
14.4 Class Participation 15%
15.0 GRADING SYSTEM
15.1 Midterm Grade 33.33%
15.2 Final Grade 66.67%
Student’s Rating 100.00%
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17.1 Feliciano and Uy. (1994). Modern Trigonometry, Webster School and