What are the asymptotes of #f(x) = tan(2x)#? Algebra Expressions, Equations, and Functions Functions on a Cartesian Plane 1 Answer James W. · Stefan V. Jul 26, 2018 #45^@,135^@,225^@# etc. Explanation: #f(x) = tan(2x)# is the function #f(x) = tan(x)# stretched by a factor of #1/2# parallel to the x axis. Since the asymptotes of #tan(x)# are #90^@, 270^@, 450^@# etc. , the asymptotes of #tan(2x)# will be half of these: Answer link Related questions How do you plot a function on a cartesian plane? What does #(x,y)# mean? How do you plot #(1,-4)# on the coordinate plane? Where is the x-axis and y-axis located? What is the input and the output for the points #(2,3)# and #(-4, 0)#? How would you create a #(x,y)# table for the equation #y=2x-1#? Which quadrant does #(-3, 4)# lie in? How would you plot the point #(-4,0)# on the cartesian plane? How do you find the polynomial function whose graph passes through (2,4), (3,6), (5,10)? What are the asymptotes of (x^2+4)/(6x-5x^2)? See all questions in Functions on a Cartesian Plane Impact of this question 3502 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License