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Evaluate
Tan[(3pi-70000pi)/2]

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    (3pi - 70000pi)/2 = 3pi/2 - 350000pi

    so, since it's a multiple of pi away from 3pi/2,

    tan[(3pi - 70000pi)/2] = tan(3pi/2) = undefined

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