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chaotic_butterflies

  • one year ago

Use the graph below to answer the question that follows: (image below) What trigonometric function represents the graph?

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  1. chaotic_butterflies
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    @Lyralei this problem is similar to the one you just helped me with, but it's not quite the same. If you're not too busy, could you help?

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    2cos(x)

  4. anonymous
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    Know why?

  5. chaotic_butterflies
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    Oof... I thought it was sin, why is it cos?

  6. anonymous
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    Cosine graph gives|dw:1434306518767:dw|

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    Sine graph|dw:1434306557475:dw|

  8. chaotic_butterflies
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    I see the flaw in my reasoning

  9. anonymous
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    \[f(x)=(Amplitude)\cos[(Period)]\] Now, the Amplitude reaches 2, So you get \[f(x)=2\cos[x]\]

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    Ah! Thanks!

  11. anonymous
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    No problem!

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