Brittany A.

asked • 11/15/12

I need help trying to sole tan^2 x =1 where x is more than or equal to 0 but x is less than or equal to pi

this is what it looks like tan^2 x=1 where 0 ≤ x ≤ π

Brittany A.

thanks

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11/15/12

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Robert J. answered • 11/15/12

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Michael B.

Nice.

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11/15/12

Brittany A.

can you please go step by step to show me how you got those two answers

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Robert J.

tan x = 1 means x = pi/4 in the first quadrant;

tan x = -1 means x = 3pi/4 in the second quadrant.

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Tamara J. answered • 11/15/12

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Elena B.

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Excellent explanation!

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11/18/12

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