# Recall that tan(0) represents the slope of the terminal ray of anangle whose radian measure is 0 and whose initial ray points in the3-o'clock direction For each of the following, determine howtan(0) varies for variations in 0. [If tan(0) mcreases withoutbound, represent it as tan(60)→ 0o.]a. If 0→then tan(0)b. If 0 then tan(0)2.->3지Previewc. If 0 then tan(0)2.Preview3xd. If 0then tan(0) -

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1 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseRecall that tan(0) represents the slope of the terminal ray of an angle whose radian measure is 0 and whose initial ray points in the 3-o'clock direction For each of the following, determine how tan(0) varies for variations in 0. [If tan(0) mcreases without bound, represent it as tan(60)→ 0o.] a. If 0→ then tan(0) b. If 0 then tan(0) 2. -> 3지 Preview c. If 0 then tan(0) 2. Preview 3x d. If 0 then tan(0) - fullscreen
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