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- anonymous

What is the phase shift of y = -csc(3x – pi)?

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- anonymous

What is the phase shift of y = -csc(3x – pi)?

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- anonymous

It has a phase shift of pi to the right.

- anonymous

pi
3
3 pi
pi/3
those are the choices

- anonymous

The phase shift is denoted by the value that comes after x. Since in this case (3x-pi) and pi is negative, it means right. On the other hand, if the pi was to be positive it would be to the left.

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- anonymous

Therefore this equation has a phase shift of pi to the right.

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- anonymous

i dont understand like any of this.

- anonymous

ok. Let's use a standard formula y=-cos(x-c)
C is the horizontal translation, or otherwise referred to as the phase shift. If C is negative, then the phase shift is to the right. But if it's positive then it's to the left.

- anonymous

but what is the answer from choices and how do you get it like how do you know which one is right

- anonymous

the phase shift is pi. Therefore you would pick the first option.

- anonymous

okay if it were be the other how would it be different?

- anonymous

the first option was wrong

- anonymous

Then I belive the question must have been worded wrong.

- anonymous

If one's looking for phase shift then it would be pi, and pi alone disregarding the direction which is to the right, since it's negative.

- anonymous

i copied and pasted it. Sometimes i think the thing just has to wrong answer honestly

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