## What is the period of cotangent and tangent?

π \pi π

From the graphs of the tangent and cotangent functions, we see that the period of tangent and cotangent are both π \pi π. In trigonometric identities, we will see how to prove the periodicity of these functions using trigonometric identities.

## What is the period of tangent?

π

The period of the tangent function is π because the graph repeats itself on intervals of kπ where k is a constant. If we graph the tangent function on −π2 to π2 , we can see the behavior of the graph on one complete cycle.

**What is cotangent equation?**

The cotangent of x is defined to be the cosine of x divided by the sine of x: cot x = cos x sin x . The secant of x is 1 divided by the cosine of x: sec x = 1 cos x , and the cosecant of x is defined to be 1 divided by the sine of x: csc x = 1 sin x .

**What is the period of tan2x?**

We know the formula for the period of a tan function, tan x =xcoefficient of x. Hence the period of tan 2x =x2.

### What is the period of a cos graph?

Periodic functions repeat after a given value. The smallest such value is the period. The basic sine and cosine functions have a period of 2π.

### What is the COT of 0?

Notice, we have indeterminate form, so cot(0) is undefined. Hope this helps!

**What is the period for sine?**

2π

The period of the sine function is 2π, which means that the value of the function is the same every 2π units.

**What is the period of COSX?**

The fact that the cosine function repeats itself means that that it is periodic. In particular, y = cos x is periodic with period 2π .

## What is the cot of 30 degrees?

The exact value of cot(30°) cot ( 30 ° ) is √3 .

## What is cotangent on a calculator?

The formula for determining the tangent is the opposite side divided by the adjacent side of a triangle. So, since the cotangent is the reciprocal, then the formula for determining the cotangent is the adjacent side divided by the opposite side of the triangle.

**What is the period for the tangent function?**

The period of the sine and cosine functions is 2π (pi) radians or 360 degrees. For the tangent function, the period is π radians or 180 degrees.

**What is the period all trigonometric functions?**

All trigonometric functions are periodic functions of period 2π. This is the smallest period, except for the tangent and the cotangent, which have π as smallest period. This means that, for every integer k, one has The Pythagorean identity, is the expression of the Pythagorean theorem in terms of trigonometric functions.

### What is the range of the cotangent function?

A graph of the cotangent function for angles in the range 0° to 720°. Like the tangent function, the values of the cotangent function will vary between zero and infinity (or more correctly, between zero and a very large undefined value).