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Python | sympy.tan() method

  • Last Updated : 19 Jul, 2019

In simpy, tan() method is an tangent function. Using the tan(x) method in simpy module, we can compute the tangent or arctangent of x.

Syntax : sympy.tan(x)

Return : Returns the tangent of x 

Code #1:
Below is the example using tan() method to find inverse tangenet function.




# importing sympy library
from sympy import *
  
# calling tan() method on expression
geek1 = tan(-1)
geek2 = tan(pi / 3)
  
print(geek1)
print(geek2)

Output:

-tan(1)
sqrt(3)

 
Code #2:




# importing sympy library
from sympy import tan
  
  
# calling tan() method on expression
geek = tan(2 + 5j)
print(geek)

Output:

-6.87216388011928e-5 + 1.000059350149*I

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