anonymous
  • anonymous
Only Problem im stuck on rn anyone can help? :) thank you
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anonymous
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anonymous
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Okay, so the amplitude is the distance from the midline to the maximum or minimum of the graph. And the midline is pretty much the very middle of the graph. Just from looking at the maximum which is 5 and minimum which is -3, we can add the absolute values of these and divide by 2 to get the sort of midpoint between these heights, which is 4. Simply subtract 4 from the maximum or add it to the minimum and we get y=1 for the midline. Thus: C.
Sepeario
  • Sepeario
Isn't amplitude half the distance between the max and min?

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Sepeario
  • Sepeario
Oh right yea so that's essentially what you said ;D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, I made sure to carefully word that, I've gotten tripped up with that very thing too many times (x

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