No, we're not going to get a TAN on a COT, sipping lemonade. We're graphing the trigonometric functions of tangent (TAN) and cotangent (COT). Using the Unit Circle, and appropriate trigonometric identities like SIN and COS, we graph one period of each. In addition, we cover their asymptotes, or as the millennials would call it, asymptotes'muh'gotes. Thank you, President Barack ObaMATH, for deciding to be a math teacher following your presidency. YAY MATH!
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