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    Y= 3-tan(2*x)
    I'am having problems with the steps. I know amplitude is /a/ so is the amplitude 3.
    period is 2pi/c is it 2pi/2=4pi
    and the phase shift x or pi/2/1=pi/2
    and the vertical translation=0

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    The above picture shows the function f(x) =3-tan(2x). This is obviously a periodical function. However, remember that the period of tan(cx) is п/c. Therefore, the period here is п/2 (which can be ...

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    The Amplitude, Period, Vertical Translation and Phase Shift of a wave function are found. A diagram and a nice explanation are provided.

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