# How do you find the amplitude, period and graph #y=2csctheta#?

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The amplitude is **Explanation** for graphing.

#### Explanation:

The amplitude of a trigonometric function is simply the number out in front of it. In

The period of a

The first step to graphing a reciprocal function is to expand the function with the definition of the reciprocal function. In this case:

So, to put it in the actual function:

Now, graph the wave of

Next, mark a dot on the points where the wave reaches a maximum or a minimum (blue in the picture). Also, mark asymptotes (vertical lines) wherever the wave crosses the

Lastly, you can draw the actual function. To do this, you have to draw figures that look like parabolas between the red lines. If the blue point in that section is above the

Here's just the

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