# Madelyn Adams

Trigonometry teacher | Verified Expert

I am a Trigonometry specialist, holding a degree from Butler University. With a passion for mathematics, I've honed my expertise in Trigonometry to guide students through its complexities. My journey through Butler University equipped me with comprehensive knowledge and effective teaching strategies. I strive to foster a deep understanding of Trigonometry, helping students navigate its intricacies with confidence. Whether unraveling triangles or mastering trigonometric functions, I'm dedicated to empowering students to excel in this field. Join me on the path to mathematical mastery at Butler University's tutoring platform.

## Questions

How do you find #sec x= (-2sqrt3)/3#?

How do you turn 36 degree into radians?

A triangle has sides A, B, and C. The angle between sides A and B is #pi/4#. If side C has a length of #25 # and the angle between sides B and C is #pi/12#, what is the length of side A?

Use double-angle or half-angle formula to simplify #(2-csc^2(x))/(csc^2(x))# ?

Simplify (1- cos theta +sin theta)/(1+ cos theta + sin theta)?

What does #cos(arctan((3pi)/2))-2sin(arcsec(pi/4)) # equal?

How do you prove #(cos^2x + tan^2x ) / (cos^2x + sin^2x )-1= 0#?

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

Can you convert to degrees 3pi/4 radians?

Find exact value of #cos(pi/12)#?

If the radius of the circle is 90 cm, and the length (L) of its arc is 25 cm, what is the degree of the measure of the arc?

How do you perform the operation in trigonometric form #(2(cos120+isin120))/(4(cos40+isin40))#?

How do you verify #(1 - cos x) / (1 + cos x) = (csc x - cot x)^2#?

Write the trigonometric expression as an algebraic expression in u. sec(arcsine u) ?

If #sectheta = a# and #sintheta < 0#, find the exact valaues of #sintheta#?

How do you find the amplitude and period of #y= 1/4 sin x#?

How do you prove #(tan^3x - 1) /( tanx - 1) = tan^2x + tanx + 1#?

How do i solve this problem???

Which quadrant does the terminal side of -290 degrees lie?

How do you simplify #sin^-1(0.5)#?