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Given that tan(pi/2) = a. Express tan(x) and sin(x) in terms of a. Hint: Use the fact that x = 2.(pi/2)

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    tan(π/2) is undefined.

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    oh it's tan(x/2) = a ........... use the fact that x = 2 . x/2

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