Homework3 - x-intercepts maximum and minimum...

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Math 114 Homework 3 Name: __________________ Section 001 Due Wed. 10/1 by 9:20 am PID: ___________________ Please show all work in the space provided. NO WORK = NO CREDIT! Please read each question carefully. No credit will be given for decimal approximations when an EXACT answer is required. Mark out any work you do not want graded. Clearly mark your final answer in the answer boxes provided. (4 pts) 1. Graph two cycles of 2 3 cos 4 ) ( - = x x f . Label, with exact values, all x-intercepts, maximum and minimum points. (4 pts) 2. Graph two cycles of + - = 8 5 sin 2 ) ( π x x g . Label, with exact values, all
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Unformatted text preview: x-intercepts, maximum and minimum points. -over-Score: ____/ 12 (2 pts) 3. Given the graph below, determine the cosine equation of the graph, B x A y +-= ) cos( ϕ ϖ . A = ____________ = ____________ = ____________ B = ____________ (2 pts) 4. Suppose that a weight attached to a coiled spring is pulled down a distance of 6 inches from its rest position and then released. If the time for one oscillation is 12 seconds, write an equation that relates the displacement, d , of the weight from its rest position after t seconds....
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