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anonymous
 one year ago
Are there any other values of a such that the linearization of sin(x) at a = the linearization of tan(x) at a? Describe them through proof if they exist. If they don't exist, proove that instead.
anonymous
 one year ago
Are there any other values of a such that the linearization of sin(x) at a = the linearization of tan(x) at a? Describe them through proof if they exist. If they don't exist, proove that instead.

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phi
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0FIrst, write down the linearization for both functions, using \[ f_{a1}(x) \approx f_1(a)+ f_1'(a)(xa) \\ f_{a2}(x) \approx f_2(a)+ f_2'(a)(xa)\] then equate terms \[ f_1(a) = f_2(a) \\ f_1'(a) = f_2'(a) \] and solve for a

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0how do you solve for a?
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