# How do you graph y=-cscx?

Draw $y = \csc x$, then flip flop the graph around the x-axis

#### Explanation:

Let's start with the graph of $y = \csc x$:

graph{cscx [-6.30, 3.6.30, -10, 10]}

The scale of the graph is set to run from $- 2 \pi$ to $2 \pi$. The asymptotes are at $n \pi$ (where n is an integer), $y = 1$ at $x = \frac{\pi}{2} \pm n 2 \pi$ and $y = - 1$ at $x = \frac{3 \pi}{2} \pm n 2 \pi$.

With the addition of the negative sign, we'll be making positive y values negative and negative ones positive, so in essence we'll flip-flop the graph around the x-axis:

graph{-cscx [-6.30, 3.6.30, -10, 10]}