# How do you draw the graph of y=-cotx for 0<=x<2pi?

Jul 26, 2018

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#### Explanation:

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We are given the trigonometric function::

color(red)(y=[-cot(x)]

We will first generate a table of values for drawing the graph:

We must also use the constraint color(blue)((0 <= x < 2 pi) while graphing.

If we draw the graph for the trigonometric function :

color(blue)(y=[-cot(x)],

the graph will look like:

If we use the restrictions: color(blue)((0 <= x < 2 pi)

our graph will look like:

Observe that the domain restrictions

will restrict the graph between color(red)(0 and color(red)((2 pi) on the x-axis.

Hope it helps.