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1. if the original interval is 0<x<2 pi

and the you've got to find the values for cot(1/2x + pi/6) =-2.5 what would the new interval be?
2. From vertical asymptote to vertical asymptote, ranges from . Notice that that interval defines .

To find the interval in , consider the inside of the function :

You could simply pose that equation equal to the boundaries of the initial interval for , meaning:

Then, solve for .

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