# Quinn Anderson

Trigonometry teacher | Verified Expert

With a specialization in Trigonometry from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, my passion lies in unraveling the complexities of angles and triangles. I believe in making mathematics not just understandable but enjoyable for my students. Guiding them through the intricacies of trigonometric functions, I foster a deep understanding that extends beyond textbooks. My goal is to ignite curiosity and empower students to approach problems with confidence. Let's explore the world of triangles together, where every angle holds a story waiting to be discovered.

## Questions

How do you graph #y=-2+3cos(x-pi)#?

Convert the equation 6x+5y+6=0 to polar form?

How do you convert #(sqrt3 , 2)# to rectangular form?

A triangle has sides A, B, and C. Sides A and B have lengths of 2 and 9, respectively. The angle between A and C is #(5pi)/24# and the angle between B and C is # (7pi)/24#. What is the area of the triangle?

How do you find the value of #sin -((5pi)/12)# using the double or half angle formula?

How do you evaluate #sec [Cot^-1 (-6)]#?

How do you divide #( 7i+5) / ( -3i +8 )# in trigonometric form?

In a right triangle, how do you find the exact value of c if a=14 b=14?

How do you solve the triangle given a = 5, b = 8, c = 12?

How do you simplify #3/(cosy-siny)-2/(sin^2y-cos^2y)#?

In the right triangle ABC, angle C equals 90 degrees, if angle B is 63 degrees, what is the measure of angle A?

How do you find all six trigonometric functions of 240 degrees?

How do you simplify the expression #sin^3x+sinxcos^2x#?

How do you find all solutions of the equation #sin^2x+sinx=0#?

How do you evaluate cos(7π/4)?

How do you find the exact value of #tan^-1 (-sqrt3/3)#?

A triangle has sides A,B, and C. If the angle between sides A and B is #(pi)/6#, the angle between sides B and C is #pi/6#, and the length of B is 7, what is the area of the triangle?

What is the Cartesian form of #r = -sin^2theta-r^2csc^2theta #?

How do you express #cos( (3 pi)/ 2 ) * cos (( 5 pi) /4 ) # without using products of trigonometric functions?

How do you convert the rectangular equation #x=11# into polar form?