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Just wondering, would I graph the function y=sinx, and then apply the transformations from teh function onto that? Once I'm done that, would I then continue on with how I would usually graph y=cscx?
the only place the function is not defined is when cosec x is infinity or sinx is 0
so u can get the domain
also cosec x ranges from -∞ to ∞ . so this function has a range as all real numbers
I'm worried about graphing it though.
better graph cosecx first then the transformations
I'll figure out the domain and range once I get the graph. But what you said, I guess the Range is yEr.
Ok. Graph the original first?
Gimme me a minute. I guess you can do what you want while you're waiting.
ok u fine man?
Not yet. I've got the base function, but I'm struggling with dem transformations.
My solution sounds wrong to me though.
try wolhphram and compare ur graph!
i cant make it on this site :/
Gimme the link. I'll give it a a look.
i m helping 3 ppl and discussing a question with 3 others
so its diff
anything for you :P
Great. Nice to know I've got support.
Wait. The x-line thing; could I changethat to radians/pi?
It's how I learnt to do it. The teacher asks us to do it in radians too.
u can change it