anonymous
  • anonymous
Calculate the period and amplitude of the function.
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  • anonymous
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yuki
  • yuki
are the curves meant to touch the x-axis? also, are the waves the same height ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes to both questions. sorry i just drew it quickly.

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yuki
  • yuki
The amplitude is the easy one. Notice that the wave goes up and down periodically ? The distance from the top of the wave to the bottom of the wave is always constant. For those, the distance from the average height of the wave is the amplitude. so it is the distance between the top and bottom divided by 2.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh okay
yuki
  • yuki
Now for the period, I need a biiit more better graph to say 100%, but is looks like in one period, you can graph the shape from -pi to pi. Am I correct ? Can you repeatedly graph the same shape using that interval ?
yuki
  • yuki
If it is, then the period is just 2pi.

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