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Trigonometric Functions Assignment 2 (Teacher Use Only) This assignment is: Good to Go! Needs Corrections Make sure that you show all of your work! 1. State the amplitude, period, phase shift, vertical displacement, domain and range of the following functions: a. 𝑓(?) = 3 cos [ 𝜋 3 (? − 5)] + 9 b. ? = 1 4 tan [2 (? − 𝜋 4 )] − 1 (Hint: Need to find the asymptotes) Name: Date: My Achievement Goal for this chapter is… (Circle one) A+ A B C D
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Trigonometric Functions Assignment 2 2. Given the graph of the function, write both a sine and cosine function that can represent the
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  • Fall '12
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  • Math, Trigonometry, Periodic function, Inverse function, Leonhard Euler, Euler's formula

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