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sin(2x), cos(2x), cosec(2x), sec(2x), tan(x) and cot(x) are all possible functions.

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sin(2x), cos(2x), cosec(2x), sec(2x), tax(x), cot(x) are some examples.

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Property common to all trigonometric functions?

Trigonometric functions are periodic - they repeat after a period of pi, or 2 x pi.Trigonometric functions are periodic - they repeat after a period of pi, or 2 x pi.Trigonometric functions are periodic - they repeat after a period of pi, or 2 x pi.Trigonometric functions are periodic - they repeat after a period of pi, or 2 x pi.


Which functions have period 2 pi?

Sin cos sec cosec


Which functions has a period?

You can invent any function, to make it periodic. Commonly used functions that are periodic include all the trigonometric functions such as sin and cos (period 2 x pi), tan (period pi). Also, when you work with complex numbers, the exponential function (period 2 x pi x i).


What is the period of y equals tan2x?

The period of the tangent function is PI. The period of y= tan(2x) is PI over the coefficient of x = PI/2


Find the amplitude and period of the functions and sketch their graphs y equals sin -x?

y = sin(-x)Amplitude = 1Period = 2 pi


Why you restrict the argument of a complex number between -pi and pi?

Because the trigonometric functions (sine and cosine) are periodic, with period 2*pi. If the argument were not restricted, you would have an infinite number of answers. You could, of course, restrict the argument to any interval of size 2*pi: 3.5pi to 5.5pi, for example.


What trigonometic function of obtuse angle?

The six basic trigonometric functions are applicable to almost all angles. The few exceptions are tan(pi/2 + n*pi) cosec(n*pi) sec(pi/2 + n*pi) cot(n*pi) where n is an integer. This is because the functions are undefined at these values.


What is the period of secant?

2*Pi


What is the period of y equals cosx?

The period is 2*pi radians.


What is the period all trigonometric functions?

The basic trigonometric functions have periods of pi or 2pi radians (180 or 360 degrees). But a key property of a trig function is that it can be made to have any periodicity.The basic trigonometric functions have periods of pi or 2pi radians (180 or 360 degrees). But a key property of a trig function is that it can be made to have any periodicity.The basic trigonometric functions have periods of pi or 2pi radians (180 or 360 degrees). But a key property of a trig function is that it can be made to have any periodicity.The basic trigonometric functions have periods of pi or 2pi radians (180 or 360 degrees). But a key property of a trig function is that it can be made to have any periodicity.


What is the period of the cotangent fuction?

It is pi radians.


Why is the period of secant 2 pi?

It is the same period as cosine function which is 2 pi because sec x = 1/cos x

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