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A single buoy in the Chesapeake Bay bobs up and down with the height h of its transmitter(in feet) above sea level modeled by h=a sin bt+5. During a small squall its height varies from 1ft. to 9ft. and there are 3.5 sec from one 9-ft height to the next. What are the values of the constants a and b?

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