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Featured 2 weeks ago

The amplitude is

We need

The period of a periodic function is

Here,

Therefore,

where the period is

So,

Then,

As

Therefore,

The amplitude is

The phase shift is

graph{2sin(1/4x) [-6.42, 44.9, -11.46, 14.2]}

Featured 2 weeks ago

Please see the proof below

We need

Therefore,

And finally,

Here,

Featured 2 weeks ago

Given,

Squaring and adding equation

Featured 1 week ago

As below.

Standard Form of a sine function is

Period

Phase Shift

Vertical Shift

graph{sin(x-(pi/4)) + 2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Featured 4 days ago

Kindly see a **Proof** in the **Explanation.**

**as desired!**

Featured 4 days ago

Using the variable definitions of

#a = 11tan(13^@)#

#b = 11tan(49^@)#

Therefore, the height of the screen

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