Q: What is the usual period for cotangent?

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It is pi radians.

Cotangent is a trigonometric function. It is the reciprocal of the tangent.

Cotangent of ∞ is not π/2. It's actually nonexistent since cotangent is the continually oscillating function.

The cotangent of 60 degrees is 1\(3^1\2).

cotangent(50) = 1/tangent(50) = 0.8391

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It is pi radians.

Cotangent is a trigonometric function. It is the reciprocal of the tangent.

The cotangent of 510 degrees is: -1.73205081

Cotangent(0.675 radians) = 84.88 approx.

Cotangent of ∞ is not π/2. It's actually nonexistent since cotangent is the continually oscillating function.

The answer is undefined as the Cotangent of Pi is undefined.

One cannot actually purchase cotangent, as it is not a service or a product. Cotangent is actually a trigonometric function comparing the angles of right triangles.

Cotangent 32 equals tangent 0.031

The cotangent of 60 degrees is 1\(3^1\2).

cotangent(50) = 1/tangent(50) = 0.8391

For an angle, ?, the cotangent (or cot) of the angle is given bycot ? = 1/tan ?If ?=65

The cotangent is the reciprocal of the tangent. For right angled triangles it is the adjacent side divided by the opposite side.