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determine the period y= -3 tan(3x+pi)+2

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The function y repeats when 3x increases by 2 pi. That makes the "period" 2 pi/3.

Your y function does not contain a "time" term, t. You are really asking for a wavelength

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actually, tan(x) has period pi.

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