How do you find the amplitude, period, vertical and phase shift and graph #y=3csctheta#?

1 Answer
May 24, 2018

graph{3cscx [-10, 10, -5, 5]}


First, you graph it like it is the sin graph. You know the amplitude is 3, so you graph a basic sin graph with the amplitude of 3. Since csc is the reciprocal value of sin, everywhere on the sin graph that there is an x-intercept, there is a vertical asymptote on the csc graph. And where ever the sign graph reaches the amplitude value, there is a parabola going in the opposite direction of the x-axis