# Jordan Armstrong

Trigonometry teacher | Tutor for 9 years

User is creating a bio for a tutor/teacher named Jordan Armstrong, specializing in Trigonometry, who graduated from DeSales University.I specialize in Trigonometry and graduated from DeSales University. With my passion for teaching, I aim to help students understand complex concepts in a simple and engaging way. My goal is to make learning enjoyable and rewarding for every student I work with.

## Questions

How do you multiply # (1+3i)(1-3i) # in trigonometric form?

How do I prove this trigonometric identity?

R = cot(#theta#) converted to rectangular form?

Given #csctheta^circ=sqrt3/2# and #sectheta^circ=sqrt3/3#, how do you find #sintheta#?

How do you solve cos(2P + 10) = sin(4P +20)?

How do you find sin(16x) and cos(4x), if you know that cot(8x) = -2 and 8x is an element of II? Thank you in advance!

How do you solve the triangle given A=40, b=7, c=6?

How do you find the exact sine value of the angle in standard position whose terminal side goes through the point (-1, 5)?

How do you get the exact value of #sec^-1(-2)#?

How do you solve #sec(tan^-1x) = sqrt(1+x^2)#?

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

How do you solve #tan^2x-3=0# and find all solutions in the interval #0<=x<360#?

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

How do you perform multiplication and use the fundamental identities to simplify #(sinx+cosx)^2#?

How do you express #sin(pi/12) * cos(pi/6 ) # without products of trigonometric functions?

How do you solve #2cosx-sinx+2cosxsinx=1# in the interval #0<=x<=2pi#?

What is Cos²A - Cos²B = ?

Cos x/1+sin x= 1-sin x/ cos x ?

How do you divide # (-4+2i)/(6-2i) # in trigonometric form?

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