How do you graph # y=sin(x-pi/4)-1#?

1 Answer
Aug 5, 2016

Answer:

(see below)

Explanation:

Start with the standard graph of #sin(theta)#

If we replace #theta# with #(x=pi/4)# then the graph will shift to the right (so, for example #sin(theta=0) rarr sin((x-pi/4)=0)#)

Subtracting #1# from #sin(x-pi/4)# will cause all the data points to drop down #1# unit.

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