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Section 4.6. Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions. What you should learn Sketch the graphs of tangent functions. • Sketch the graphs of cotangent functions. • Sketch the graphs of secant and cosecant functions. Problem of the Day.

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    1. Section 4.6. Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions • What you should learn • Sketch the graphs of tangent functions. • • Sketch the graphs of cotangent • functions. • • Sketch the graphs of secant and • cosecant functions.

    2. Problem of the Day

    3. Graph of the Tangent Function y = tan x Recall that the tangent function is odd, thus tan (-x) = -tan x. Therefore, the graph of y = tan x is symmetric with respect to the origin.

    4. Transforming a Tangent Functiony = a tan (bx - c) • Two consecutive vertical asymptotes can be found by solving the equations bx – c = - π/2 and bx – c = π/2 • Theperiodof the function y = a tan (bx - c) is the distance between two consecutive vertical asymptotes. • The midpoint between two vertical asymptotes is an x-intercept of the graph. • The amplitudeof the tangent function is undefined.

    5. Example 1. Sketching the Graph of a Tangent Function

    6. Example 2.Sketching the Graph of a Tangent Function

    7. Problem of the Day

    8. Graph of the Cotangent Function • The graph of the cotangent function is similar to the graph of the tangent function. • It has a period of π. • Since , The cotangent function has vertical asymptotes when sin x is zero, which occurs at x = nπ, where n is an integer

    9. Compare and Contrast Tangent and Cotangent

    10. Graph of the Cotangent Function • Two consecutive vertical asymptotes can be found by solving the equations bx – c = 0 and bx – c = π

    11. Example 3.Sketching the Graph of a Cotangent Function

    12. Graphs of the Reciprocal Functions

    13. Graph of the Cosecant Function • Sketch the graph of:

    14. Graph of the Secant Function • Sketch the graph of: y = sec 2x

    15. Assignment 4-6 4.6 Exercises p. 339 1-6 all p. 368 141-144 all