# Unit Circle Symmetry: a GeoGebraBook Exploration

Check out this GeoGebraBook of nine applets that will help you explore Unit Circle Symmetries. It contains three applets per type of symmetry on the unit circle, one focusing only on the unit circle, and the other two linking unit circle properties to patterns in the graphs of the sine and cosine functions.

When two angle expressions, such as $\theta$ and $(\pi -\theta )$, exhibit symmetry on the unit circle, an understanding of unit circle symmetries and reference angles often allow function arguments to be simplified. Mastery of symmetries and reference angles will also be very handy when expanding inverse trigonometric function results to describe all possible answers to a problem.

Suggestions for improvements to these applets, or additional applets, are always welcome via comments on this post.