Ok I can graph sin(x) , cos(x) , and tan(x) pretty easily, but I'm having a hard time graphing the csc, sec, and cot ones. For the first three I just found the values of pi/2 pi 3pi/2 and 2pi. So for example pi/2 for sin(x) would be sin 90 or sin pi/2 which is equal to 1. I then just put a dot at 1 and did the same thing for the rest of the angles in radian measure and then just draw a smooth curve through them, but how do I do this with csc, sec, and cot?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Graphing Trigonometric Functions Question

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