# SOLUTION: what are the graph of y=cot x + 3

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 Question 557108: what are the graph of y=cot x + 3Answer by Theo(3464)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!this is the graph of y = cot(x) + 3 superimposed on the graph of y = cot(x) the + 3 adds a vertical shift of 3 units up to the value of y. if the value of x is equal to 1: the value of cot(x) is equal to .6420926159 the value of cot(x) + 3 is equal to 3.6420926159 i will superimpose the value of x = 1 and y = .6420926159 and y = 3.6420926159 on the graph so you can see the relationship more clearly. that will show up more clearly in the picture of the last graph as shown below: the value of cot(x) + 3 will always be 3 units higher than the value of y = cot(x).