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## Homework Statement

Hey guys. So basically I'm doing some Calc I homework and I'm working on the domain of this function:

g(x) = √tan(2x+π)

## Homework Equations

Now to determine the domain, I know that the function under the root cannot be negative.

## The Attempt at a Solution

So after examining the behaviour of tan on different intervals and only allowing positive tan values, I came to the conclusion that the domain of the function should be:

nπ/2 ≤ x ≤nπ/2 + π/4

But the part I'm stuck is converting the domain above into "Interval Notation", as the problem asks. I am used to these domains coming out as nice set intervals, such as (-∞, 2) ∪ (4, +∞), but I'm not seeing that here.

I'd appreciate the assistance. Thanks!

Matt