2 thoughts on “Trigonometry tour #0 (Advanced)

  1. the graph that I came up with is here:
    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/awo3icowsm
    basically, it is a cosine function whose frequency has zeros at pi^2/3 and has asymptotes between each pair of zeros. Both tan(x/3) and abs(tan(x/3)) have these properties, and so the equation could be either y=cos(tan(x/3)) or y=cos(tabs(tan(x/3))).

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