anonymous
  • anonymous
Consider the function y(θ) = 13 + 8cos(7θ) (a) What is the amplitude of the function? (b) What is the period of the function? (c) What is the largest value of the function?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
in a form y= acos(nx-b)+c, a is amplitude, n tells period, b tells you horizontal shift, c tells you vertical shift.
anonymous
  • anonymous
y(x)=8cos(7x)+13; so a is 8, n is 7, c is 13. amplitude is 8, vertical shift upward by 13.
anonymous
  • anonymous
period is 2pi/n. So period shall be 2pi/7

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anonymous
  • anonymous
the formula for period is 2pi/n or in this case? and largest value can be found through domain?
anonymous
  • anonymous
only in this case*
anonymous
  • anonymous
Didn't you just say that 13 is the vertical shift?
anonymous
  • anonymous
largest value is amplitude + verticall shift. so... 8+13= 21
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, just threw me off because of the Horizontal and Vertical. Thank you.

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