# 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

How do you verify #(1-tan^2x)/(1-cot^2x) = 1-sec^2x#?

How do you rationalize the denominator for #sqrt(sinx/cosx)#?

How do you find the exact value of #cosxsinx+sinx=0# in the interval #0<=x<360#?

Find the range of #sinx(sinx+cosx)#?

How do you convert #xy=x-2y-3y^2 # into a polar equation?

How do you evaluate #cos ^ -1 ( cos (7 pi/4) )#?

How do you find the exact functional value cos 75 using the cosine sum or difference identity?

How do you find the exact values of tan(5pi/12) & sin(5pi/12) using the half angle formula?

- Given sin x = 5 / 7, how do you find sin 2x, cos 2x, and tan 2x?
- How do you find the exact values of other 5 trigonometric functions given sin u = -5/13 and cos u>0?
- How do you find which quadrant each question is referring to if pi<a<3pi/2, 3pi/2<B<2pi?
- How do you solve #Sin(3x) - sin(6x) = 0#?
- Right angled triangle with bottom side of the triangle is 40cm and the there are 2 angles attached to it, 40degrees and 90degrees, what is the length of the other 2 sides?
- Could you please help me so solve this?cosx ( secx + tanx )
- In a right angled triangle, the hypotenus is (3x + 2) cm long. If the other two sides are (x + 3) cm and 3x cm how do you find x?
- How do you find the sine, cosine, and tangent ratios for Angle X and Angle Y, if this triangle is a right triangle, the hypotenuse (XY) is 13 in length, the base (XZ) is 12 in length, and the leg (YZ) is 5 in length?
- What the is the polar form of #y = y^2/x+(x-5)(y-7) #?
- If the area of a square is 12cm^2 what is the product of its diagonals?
- How do you divide # (1-2i) / (6-8i) # in trigonometric form?
- It is 1:08 AM and I am trying to solve some problems but I am stuck :) Can I get some help please? Thanks!