# Brooklyn Anderson

Trigonometry teacher | Tutor for 9 years

I hold a degree in Trigonometry from Skidmore College, where my passion for mathematics flourished. With a knack for breaking down complex concepts, I thrive on helping students grasp the intricacies of trigonometry. Whether it's solving equations or understanding geometric principles, I'm here to guide you every step of the way. Let's unlock the mysteries of triangles and angles together!

## Questions

What are the important points to graph #f(x)=2 sin (x/3)#?

How do you use trigonometric substitution to write the algebraic expression #sqrt(64-16x^2)# as a trigonometric function of #theta# where #0<theta<pi/2# and #x=2costheta#?

How do you evaluate tan(-7pi/6)?

How to convert 70 degrees into radians?

Write #sin x +sin 3x# as a product. Hence,find all angles #x# in the interval#[0,2pi]# that satisfy #sin x +sin 3x - cos x =0#?

How do you find the exact value of the third side given #triangle ABC#, #b=12.4, c=8.70, mangleA23#?

How do you use the double-angle formula to rewrite the expression: #(1/3)cos^2x-(1/6)#?

What is the frequency of #f(theta)= sin 24 t - cos 21 t #?

What is the domain of #f(x)=arcsin(5x-4)#?

A triangle has sides A, B, and C. The angle between sides A and B is #(7pi)/12#. If side C has a length of #2 # and the angle between sides B and C is #pi/12#, what is the length of side A?

How do you express #sin^4theta+cot^2theta # in terms of non-exponential trigonometric functions?

How do you write #3[(cos(pi/10) + i sin (pi/10)]# in rectangular form?

How do you graph #r=-1#?

How to prove the following? #cot^(-1)7+cot^(-1)8+cot^(-1)18=cot^(-1)3#

A triangle has sides A,B, and C. If the angle between sides A and B is #pi/12#, the angle between sides B and C is #pi/12#, and the length of B is 5, what is the area of the triangle?

How do you solve the triangle given α = 15.6 degrees, b = 10.25, and c = 5.5?

Write on the trigonometric form the following complex number: -3(Cos#pi#/4 + isin#pi#/4) ?

How do you find the exact values of cos(11pi/12) using the half angle formula?

How do you solve #sin2x=1/2#?

How do you simplify the expression #cost(sect-cost)#?