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eli123

  • one year ago

can someone explain me this

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  1. eli123
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  2. Hoa
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    for function a) find period, domain, range and label the name of the function in graph. for b) do the same with a but flip the graph reflect to x axis to get the final graph. step by step you calculate and put what you have in graph.

  3. eli123
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    i have problems with finding the domain

  4. Hoa
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    domain of sin and cos function is \[(-\infty,\infty)\]because the domain is the range of x , x can "go" from everywhere .

  5. Hoa
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    to everywhere . to tan and cot is another topic.

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