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If someone could clarfy this for me id be very thankful

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If someone could clarfy this for me id be very thankful

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As x gets near [itex]\pi/2}[/itex], cos(x) gets very near from 0, while sin(x) gets near 1. So tan(x) near [itex]\pi/2}[/itex] gets very big, hence the assymptote at [itex]\pi/2}[/itex]. The same phonomenon explain the other assymptotes.

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