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Secant Function a. Sketch two cycles of the parent cosine function y = cos . Use the

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Secant Function a. Sketch two cycles of the parent cosine function y = cos . Use the fact that sec = to sketch the graph of y = sec . b. How can you locate the asymptotes in the secant graph by looking at the cosine graph? How does your graph compare with the secant graph in Figure 3-3b? c. Does the secant function have critical points? If so, find some of them. If not, explain why not. d. Does the secant function have points of inflection? If so, find some of them. If not, explain why not.

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