What is the amplitude of the graph of the equation #y= 2\sin ( \frac{ 1}{ 2} x ) #?

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Feb 17, 2017

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The amplitude is 2

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If you've got #2f(x)# then the graph stretches vertically by 2 units. Since the #Sinx# graph already has an amplitude of 1 units. You multiply #2*1# which equals to 2. So that is the new amplitude.

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