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lsugano Group Title

HELP what is the phase shift of 3sin(x/2 + pi)

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  1. SUROJ Group Title
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    pi

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    I guess

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  3. lsugano Group Title
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    how did you get that??

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    see pi inside sine function

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  5. lsugano Group Title
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    yes..

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    that's called phase shift

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    or phase change

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    the phase shift...isnt its -c/b so wouldnt it be -pi/1??

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    Asin(Bx - C) phase shift = C/B

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    wait...istn it -C/B

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    yes you're right ! for, Asin(Bx + C) phase shift = -C/B

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    3sin(x/2 + pi) here B = 1/2, C = pi just plugin :)

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    okay so since its 3sin(x/2 + pi)

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    1/2 / pi?

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    oh other way around i meant!

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  16. ganeshie8 Group Title
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    -C/B = -pi/1/2 = -2pi

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    yes!! thank you!!

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    np.. just remember that, since coefficient of x is a fraction, here, its period is more. and hence phase difference also will be more than the the constant term(pi here)

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    .33 i think

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