How do you graph #f(x)=3 - sin(x)#?

1 Answer
May 3, 2018

Answer:

See explanation below

Explanation:

This would depend on what tools you have. I would use Excel, create a table with x values from for instance x=0 to x=5 with steps of 0.2

Next column would be the values of sin(x) which Excel would compute, and the third would be the values of your function f(x)=3-sin(x)

After that I would plot the values on a graph paper and draw a line through the points. You should then end up with a nice looking sine curve.

I hope the above is the answer you required.

You also have Geogebra and graphics calculators that can help you with the job.