# trig - The Problem Tides go up and down over a 14.4-hour...

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MAC 1114 – College Trigonometry NAME ________________________________ Applied Project #1 23893/26302 Due Date: 4/12/2011 Instructions: Solve the problem using either a separate sheet of paper or the space on this paper. In either case, turn in this page with your name at the top. You will be graded on the accuracy of your answer, the work that you show to support your answer, and how neatly your work is presented. The graph and hints discussed in class are attached on the next page.

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Unformatted text preview: The Problem Tides go up and down over a 14.4-hour period. The average depth of Valencia River is 15.5 ft and ranges from 14 ft to 17 ft, and the variation in the depth can be approximated by a sine curve. Find an equation to (approximately) model the variation V if x is the number of hours after midnight and high tide occurs at 8:00 am. Your equation should be in the form: ( ) sin( ) V x a bx c =-...
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