# James Allen

Precalculus teacher | Tutor for 6 years

I hold a degree in Precalculus from the Fashion Institute of Technology. With a passion for mathematics, I'm dedicated to helping students grasp precalculus concepts with clarity and confidence. My approach combines patience, creativity, and real-world applications to make complex topics accessible. Whether it's trigonometry, functions, or algebra, I'm here to support students on their journey to mathematical proficiency. Let's unlock the mysteries of precalculus together!

## Questions

How do you solve the inequality #9x^2-6x+1<=0#?

What is a quadratic function with a maximum at #(3, 125)# and roots at #-2# and #8#?

What is the domain of the function #f(x)=(3x^2)/(x^2-49)#?

How do you find the vertical, horizontal or slant asymptotes for #(x² - 3x - 7)/(x+3) #?

How do you solve the quadratic #z^2+1=0# using any method?

Is the function #f(x) = 2 cot x# even, odd or neither?

How do I interpret the graph of a quadratic function?

How do you find the vertical, horizontal and slant asymptotes of #a(x)=(2x^2-1) / (3x^3-2x+1)#?

How do you solve #(e^(x+5) / e^(5)) = 3#?

Solving using geometric Series, #sqrt(2)/2, 1/2, 2^(3/2)/8,1/4#?

Consider the function #f(x)= 9x-x^3#. Is this function odd, even, or neither?

What is the standard form of the equation of a circle with center at (-3, 1) and through the point (2, 13)?

A hyperbola's center is at (1,-3). a^2 is 4 and b^2 is 16. How would I know if the hyperbola is horizontal or vertical? Can't it be both?

How do you write an equation of a line going through #2^x-5<64#?

How do you find vertical, horizontal and oblique asymptotes for #(x+3 )/ (x^2 + 8x + 15)#?

What are the equations of the tangents drawn from the point (0,1) to the circle #x^2+y^2-2x+4y=0#?

How do you find the inverse of # f(x)=log(x+15)#?

How do you use the horizontal line test to determine whether the function #f(x)=1/8(x+2)^2-1# is one to one?

How do you find the center of the circle that is circumscribed about the triangle with vertices (0,-2), (7,-3) and (8,-2)?

Given a rectangular area, how do I find the smallest possible perimeter?