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anonymous

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Find a formula for the trigonometric function. Use x as the independent variable in your formula. ill attach the graph

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  2. amistre64
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    just from a glance, the basic function is -cos

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    the amplitude appears to be 12 from the pic... -12 cos(x) so far

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    it makes one complete cycle in 14; so that would be its period but how do I put that into there? 2pi/14? or 2pi/x = 14 lets go with 2pi/x = 14 x = 2pi/14 lol.... the period is pi/7 -12cos((pi/7) x) maybe

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