I have the equation y = -2 tan (3x + 180) + 3
I need to find the x-intercepts. To do this, I know that I need to set y to equal 0 and then solve for x.
This is what I've done:
y = -2 tan (3x + 180) + 3
-3 = -2 tan (3x + 180)
3/2 = tan (3x + 180)
At this point I'm stuck. I don't know how to further isolate the x. Can I do this??
tan ^-1 3/2 = 3x + 180, solve for tan ^-1 3/2 and continue isolating x?