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solve secx.tanx=0 for x

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Where does sec x = 0 and tan x = 0?
sec x cannot ever be zero, but tan x = 0 when sin x = 0
sine equals 0 at ....-2pi, -pi, 0, pi, 2pi, 3pi, ....

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Chuck norris can make sec x 0
is -2pi,pi,....value of x then??
All of these are values of x ....-2pi, -pi, 0, pi, 2pi, 3pi, ....
you find infinite value of x, it is n(pi) where is n is a set of integers
yes, the solutions are n times pi where n is an integer
i need the value to find global extrema points so it cant be in terms of n...
suju write the function for which you are trying to find global extrema..
f(x)=secx at[-pi/3,pi/6]
is it( secx + constant )????
take n=0, gives the value of n(pi)=0=x
thanx

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