# Theodore Amidon

Precalculus teacher | Verified Expert

I hold a degree in Precalculus from Montclair State University. With a passion for mathematics, I thrive on simplifying complex concepts and fostering student understanding. My approach emphasizes practical applications and personalized guidance, ensuring students grasp fundamental principles with confidence. Whether it's solving equations or mastering trigonometric functions, I am dedicated to empowering learners to excel in precalculus and beyond. Join me in exploring the beauty of mathematical reasoning and unlocking your full potential in this dynamic field.

## Questions

How do you determine if # f(x) = x((x^2)-1)# is an even or odd function?

What are the asymptotes for #(2)/(x^2-2x-3)#?

How are the graphs #f(x)=x^2# and #g(x)=4(x-3)^2# related?

What are the asymptotes for # f(x)=4/(x+5)#?

How do I graph a function like #f(x) = 2x^2 + 3x -5#?

How do you solve using gaussian elimination or gauss-jordan elimination, #3x + 4y -7z + 8w =0#, #4x +2y+ 8w = 12#, #10x -12y +6z +14w=5#?

How do you find the inverse of #F(x)=4x^3 - 18x^2 + 27x#?

How do you simplify #(9-4i)/i#?

Given the following functions; u(x) = x^2+9 w(x) = #sqrt(x+8)# How does one determine (w#@#u)(8) and (u#@w#)(8)?

How do you find vertical, horizontal and oblique asymptotes for #f(x)= (2x+3)/(3x+4)#?

How do you express # (3x+18)/(x^2+5x+4)# in partial fractions?

How do you find the inverse of #y=3x^2-5#?

How do you determine whether #f(x) = 2^x + 2^-x# is an odd or even function?

How do you find the inverse of # y= log_2 (x+4)# and is it a function?

The sum of three consecutive odd integers is 183. How do you find the middle of these numbers?

Is the following sequence arithmetic? If so, identify the common difference. 2.9, 2.7, 2.5, 2.3, . . .

How do you find the inverse of #f(x)=5 x-2#?

Given the piecewise function #y = { sqrt(-x), -4 ≤ x ≤ 0, sqrtx ,0 < x ≤ 4#, how do you find the domain?

What is the expression for the distance from the point (8,1) to the curve # y = 1 + x^(3/2)# in terms of the x-coordinate of the point on the curve?

How do you solve #x^4+8x^3+15x^2-4x-20<0#?