anonymous
  • anonymous
Sinusoidal functions tie into Sin, Tan, and Cos, right?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sin
anonymous
  • anonymous
only sin? i'm just learning it lol so all these different functions are kinda confusing... ok thanks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah, do you have any specific question though?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
State the amplitude, period, vertical shift, phase shift, and reflection for the sinusoid y = -2 sin (2x - p/4) - 3. i know how to find the amplitude, and there is a v.s of 3 down. the other ones i'm not sure on
anonymous
  • anonymous
reflection not sure but phase shift should be 1, and period is pi
anonymous
  • anonymous
f ( x ) = a sin ( bx – c ) + d, for b > 0. period= 2pi/b phase shift = c/b I'll see if I can find something on reflection, been awhile since I've done this stuff
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok cool. any sites that explain in depth will help alot :) i'm more of an english than a math person... thanx!
anonymous
  • anonymous
never mind, phase shift is pi/8 I wasn't thinking... haven't really found anything that explains reflection to me sorry ....
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://dwb4.unl.edu/chem/chem869m/chem869mmats/sinusoidalfns.html this site explains the reflection, and the rest very well at the bottom of the page!
anonymous
  • anonymous
ooh ok thanks. this site helps alot! yay lol

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