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; Tangent[Point, Curve]: Creates the tangent to the curve in the given point.
 
; Tangent[Point, Curve]: Creates the tangent to the curve in the given point.
; Tangent[ Line, Conic]: Creates the tangents to the Conic which are parallel to the Line (or Segment)
 
 
; Tangent[ <Circle>, <Circle> ]: Creates the common tangents to the two Circles (up to 4).
 
; Tangent[ <Circle>, <Circle> ]: Creates the common tangents to the two Circles (up to 4).
 
{{Note| See also  [[Image:Tool Tangents.gif]] [[Tangents Tool|Tangents]] tool.}}
 
{{Note| See also  [[Image:Tool Tangents.gif]] [[Tangents Tool|Tangents]] tool.}}

Revision as of 11:38, 3 November 2011


Tangent[Point, Conic]
Creates (all) tangents through the point to the conic section.
Tangent[Line, Conic]
Creates (all) tangents to the conic section that are parallel to the given line.
Tangent[Segment, Conic]
Creates (all) tangents to the conic section that are parallel to the given segment.
Tangent[Number a, Function]
Creates the tangent to the function at x = a.
Tangent[Point A, Function]
Creates the tangent to the function at x = x(A).
Note: x(A) is the x-coordinate of point A.
Tangent[Point, Curve]
Creates the tangent to the curve in the given point.
Tangent[ <Circle>, <Circle> ]
Creates the common tangents to the two Circles (up to 4).
Note: See also Tool Tangents.gif Tangents tool.
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