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  • one year ago

Let the function f(x)=Acos(x+C). To produce a graph that matches the one shown below, what must the value of C be?

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    Do you know what each variable means in the graph?

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    y = a sin (bx + c ) +d

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    In your case, b=1, and d=0

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    So the answer is B?

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    I apologize for saying b was 0, I have little sleep. :P

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    so yeah? B is correct?

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    @larryboxaplenty i need ur help

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    i will fan and medal anyone who answers this correctly

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    @jordanjamesbay

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