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y=sin(x+100°)+1

 Dec 8, 2015
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y=sin(x+100°)+1

 

y=sin(x)

Move the curve left 100 degrees and you have   y=sin(x+100)      [That is a phase shift of -100 degrees.]

Move the curve up 1 unit and you get y=sin(x+100)+1

 

Here are the graphs 

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/vdkqpctffa

 Dec 8, 2015

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