How do you graph # y=sin(4/3x)#?
When graphing trigonometric functions, it's important to identify the amplitude and period from the equation provided. For example, the sine graph:
For the graph,
This means that the graph completes one full oscillation every
To make it easier to graph, split your x-axis into four sections for every oscillation (on the x-axis, up to 1, down to x-axis, down to -1, back up to x-axis).
You can see the graph in the image above.
Hope this helps :)