How do you graph # y=2tan(x-pi/2)#?

1 Answer
Feb 16, 2018

Answer:

This will be shifted to the RIGHT #\pi/2# radians and narrower than normal Tan

Explanation:

The #-\pi/2 # will center the graph at #(\pi/2)#

The amplitude of 2 will multiply the Tan value, so the graph will increase twice as fast as normal.