# James Adkins

Trigonometry teacher | Verified Expert

I'm a Trigonometry graduate from the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh. With a passion for mathematics and a knack for demystifying trigonometric concepts, I'm here to help you conquer triangles, angles, and trigonometric functions with ease. My approachable teaching style and personalized guidance aim to make learning trigonometry a rewarding experience. Whether you're struggling with identities or mastering applications, I'm dedicated to supporting your academic journey and helping you excel in trigonometry. Let's navigate the world of triangles together and unlock the secrets of this fascinating branch of mathematics.

## Questions

If cot theta=1.5 and theta is in quadrant 3, what is the value of sin theta?

How do you evaluate #arcsin(.4)#?

What is the frequency of #f(theta)= sin 6 t - cos 45 t #?

How do you solve #2sinpix = 1# graphically and algebraically?

Use trigonometric identities to simplify the expression. ?

What is the relation ship between sin x and sin (180 - x)? between sin x and sin (180 + x)?

How do i write this in polar form? (cos(-2π/9)+isin(-2π/9))^3

How do I simplify #sin^4x-2sin^2x+1#?

How do you verify the identity #cotx- pi/2 = -tan x#?

What is the exact values of 3 sinx= 0.90?

How do you find the exact values of cos pi/8 using the half angle formula?

When tanx=0, what does x equal?

How to show #sin^(-1)(x)=tan^(-1)((x)/(1-x^2)^(1/2))# ?

How do you graph #r=4sintheta#?

A ship leaves a port on a bearing of 073° and sails 63km. The ship then changes course and sails a further 60km on a bearing of 110° where it anchors. When it anchors it is 95km from the port. Calculate the bearing of the ship from the port at this point?

Find the general value of (theta) satisfying: 1) sin2(theta)=1/2 2) cos2(theta)=1/2 3) tan3(theta)=1/√3 4) cos3(theta)=-√3/2 5) sin²(theta)=3/4 6) sin²2(theta)=1/4 7) 4cos²(theta)=1 8) cos²2(theta)=3/4??

Prove cos A+cos B/sin A-sin B = -tan(A-B)/2?

How do you simplify #cot x xx sin x#?

How do you solve #tanx=5 1/4#?

How do you evaluate #sec(sec^-1((2sqrt3)/3))# without a calculator?