About Tangent

In mathematics, a tangent can refer to a line that touches a function at only one point, having the same gradient as the point. It is off to the side, barely touching. A tangent can be applied to other points too, but its gradient must change to correspond to the new point’s gradient. Its properties are melded to those around it.

Tangent (known elsewhere on the internet as Shade Guy) completed his secondary education during November and since then has been trying to figure out how to make good use of his holidays. This blog is his solution. This blog is his holiday project.


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