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# Tan lines

By Murray Bourne, 28 Nov 2010

This is fun. And the best part - it's accurate!

If you don't get it, see Graphs of tan, cot, sec and csc.

Image source: LukeSurl.com

He's got some other math-flavored comics (search "math").

See the 1 Comment below.

### One Comment on “Tan lines”

1. kalaiselvam says:

very nice example(sunbather) for tan

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