Saylilbaby
  • Saylilbaby
sketch one cycle of the sine curve. y=2sin 0/2
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0487308
  • 0487308
Do you mean \[y = 2\sin (x/2)\]?
0487308
  • 0487308
If so, it would be sin waves with a maximum of 1, and minimum of -1. The y intercept would be 0.
0487308
  • 0487308
The difference of vertexes would be about 1.57079.

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Saylilbaby
  • Saylilbaby
what would it look like sketched @0487308
0487308
  • 0487308
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0487308
  • 0487308
A little like that.
0487308
  • 0487308
And the numbers on the x-axis are \[\approx -1.571 and \approx \]
0487308
  • 0487308
1.571
0487308
  • 0487308
The ones on the y-axis are 1 and -1
0487308
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Hope that helped.
0487308
  • 0487308
You can also goole \[y = 2\sin x/2\]
0487308
  • 0487308
*google
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And that will show you the graph

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