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If you can check the above question and for this one I am unsure.

 

 

 Mar 8, 2019
edited by jjennylove  Mar 8, 2019
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First one

 

4sin (x - 3)     [remember that a "-"  shifts the function to the right ]

 

Second one

 

Look at this

 

4(1/2) sin (x) + 2 + 6    =   2sin (x) + 8

So....it is vertically stretched by a factor of 4 and shifted up 6  units

 

Third one

 

The number out front doesn't affect the shift up/down...it just changes the amplitude of the curve....the midline of the graph remains the same

 

The number added or subtracted to the function affects the shift up/down

 

So.....shifting this sine graph [and its midline ] up 4 units results in f(x) = 4 + sin (x)

 

Look at the graph here :   https://www.desmos.com/calculator/gnp4zjdwvs

 

 

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 Mar 8, 2019
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Question 1 makes sense smiley

 

 

However, for question 2, where did the 4  and 6 come from in the equation?

 

For question 3, just to make sure my response was correct then ? Im bit confused if thats what you were saying

jjennylove  Mar 8, 2019
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Second one

 

Multiplying  (1/2) by a factor of 4 produces a vertical stretch of 2

 

Adding 6 to 2 shifts the graph up 6 units  and produces the "8"

 

So   (1/2)sin (x) + 2    is transformed to  4(1/2)sin (x) + 2 + 6 =   2sin (x) + 8

 

Third one

 

Your answer of  4 sin (x)  just increases the amplitude  ( the "peaks" and "valleys" ) of the curve....it does not do anything to the shift

 

To  shift the curve up by 4 units we need    f(x) = 4 + sin (x)    (the second answer )

 

 

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 Mar 8, 2019

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