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What is the equation for the graph shown?

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Definitely something involving tan(x)
Awesome, thank you! Any idea how to find the equation?

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Look at the period
What's a period?
For example the period of sin(x) is 2pi. (one complete oscilation)
How do I find the equation simply by looking at a graph though?
compare it to the base graph tan(x)
tan(x) is pi...?
Wow I'm confused haha
I'm still really confused as to how to find the equation of the graph though
Is there a method to it?
The equation should be \[\tan \left( \frac{ x-\pi }{ 2 } \right)\]
Ok first off: Based on the shape of the graph, what trig function is this?
@azetina you're right. not exactly sure how to explain this though.
the second is \[\tan (x- \pi)\]
Like I said, compare the phase shift with the base graph tan x
and look at the zeros of the function
Oh I get it that makes sense!
Thank you so so much :)

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