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###### There are exactly two points on the curvey=tan (x)that have a tangent line with slope2(a) Find the distance between these two points_(b) Find the equation of the line which connects these two points.(c) What is the average rate of change f the functionf(x)=tan (x)between these two points?(d) At which point(s) on the curvey=tan (x)is the slope of the tangent line to the curve largest?

There are exactly two points on the curve y=tan (x) that have a tangent line with slope 2 (a) Find the distance between these two points_ (b) Find the equation of the line which connects these two points. (c) What is the average rate of change f the function f(x)=tan (x) between these two points? (d) At which point(s) on the curve y=tan (x) is the slope of the tangent line to the curve largest?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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