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1. Anyone know how to answer this question:

On the same set of axes sketch the graphs of y=2sin(x-60degrees) and y=-2tanx, in the interval -180<x<180, showing the coordinates of points of intersection with the coordinate axes in exact form?

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
Anyone know how to answer this question:

On the same set of axes sketch the graphs of y=2sin(x-60degrees) and y=-2tanx, in the interval -180<x<180, showing the coordinates of points of intersection with the coordinate axes in exact form?

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
Quite simple if you do each equation at a time. Take first and begin with the base case of having just which you should be able to sketch. Then how does look like? Hence how does look like (following from the last one)?? This is just a simple case of taking one transformation at a time from one graph to the next.

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