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Homework Help: calculus

Posted by hiii on Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 12:00pm.

All right, sorta hard to explain but I will try my best. I am suppose to find the equation for the that lines that are tangent to the curve y=cot^2(x) at the point (pie/4, 1)....(the x is not to the power of 2, a variable right next to the cot^2)

I am not sure how to do this and if you can help, that would be awesome. It's the cot that's really tripping me up :/

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