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graph----> y=2sin(x-pi/4)+1

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  1. frx
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    Just try out some values for x and use the (x,y) coordinates to draw dots on these points

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    Then you can find the minimum/maximum points through the derivative (where the derivitive equals 0)

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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y%3D2sin%28x-pi%2F4%29%2B1

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    thanks

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    the sinx curve will be shifted by pi/4 on the x-axis in the left hand side and in the y-axis by +1 above. that's it

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