How do you graph #y=-sinx+1#?

1 Answer
Dec 7, 2017

Answer:

Graph as shown below:

Explanation:

To sketch this curve we must understand what transformations should be done to #sinx #

The first thing to consider is #-sinx# this is just simply reflecting #sinx# in the x axis, hence we yield;

graph{-sinx [-5, 5, -2.605, 2.605]}

Now we know # -sinx +1 # is just #-sinx# shited upward by 1 unit

Hence we yield;

graph{1-sinx [-4.333, 5.667, -1.5, 3.71]}