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iama

  • 2 years ago

one cycle of a sin function begins at x=-pi/4 and ends at x=15pi/4, how would i find the 1) phase shift 2) period 3) k value

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    k = 2pi/period

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    thank you! would there be a way to find the phase shift and period without having to sketch a graph?

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