*f(x) = a*tan(

*bx + c*) +

*d*.

Slide the values of a, b, c, and d to observe the changes of graph

*f(x) = a*tan(

*bx + c*) +

*d*. What can you say about the effects of these values towards the function tan (x)?

Betty, Created with GeoGebra

A tangent function generally can be written as *f(x) = a* tan( *bx + c* ) + *d*.

Slide the values of a, b, c, and d to observe the changes of graph*f(x) = a* tan( *bx + c* ) + *d*. What can you say about the effects of these values towards the function tan (x)?

Betty, Created with GeoGebra

Slide the values of a, b, c, and d to observe the changes of graph

Betty, Created with GeoGebra

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GREAT DEMONSTRATION!!

ReplyDeletebut I'm confuse with the amplitude -_-]\

Thank you.

ReplyDeleteFunction of tangent has no maximum nor minimum value, therefore amplitude is not applicable here.