medal Complete the general form of the equation of a sinusoidal function having an amplitude of 6, a period of 2pie/3 , and a phase shift to the left 1 unit. y =

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medal Complete the general form of the equation of a sinusoidal function having an amplitude of 6, a period of 2pie/3 , and a phase shift to the left 1 unit. y =

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\[6\sin(\frac{ 2\pi }{ 3 }+1)\]
\[6\sin(\frac{ 2\pi }{ 3 }x+1)\]
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It can be x that is attached to the 2pi/3 or a t or whatever parameter you use
2pi/3 is the period, you have to change it to "frequency"
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It depends on what context.... the trig books show this as "angular frequency" in radians per second. If you want frequency in Hz for an engineering class then you would need to convert this into Hz
i dont have a book
they given value 2pi/3 is "time period". angular frequence = 2pi/(time period) so angular frequency is "3"
y=6sin(3(x+1))

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