Math
posted by Anonymous on .
In the interval 0 </ x < 2pi, determine the equations of all asymptotes for the function y=tan x.
a) x=0
b) x=pi/2
c) x=0, x=pi
d) x=pi/2, 3pi/2

See if you can figure out what the values of tan(x) are at x=0,π/2, π and 3*pi;/2 to get an idea.
Even better, look up the graph of tan(x), noting that tan(x)=tan(x) (odd function) and tan(x) = tan(x+π).
See for example:
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