L10_blanks - Day 11 Lecture 10 for 2/10/2011 Graphing Sine...

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1 Day 11 Lecture 10 for 2/10/2011 Graphing Sine and Cosine Intro. We’ve just spend a lot of time talking about the different ways of defining the 6 trigonometric functions and a bit about the different case that come up when you evaluate them. Now, we move on to graphing them. When you graph a trig. Function your graphing its output in terms of its input . A point on the graph of a trig. Function has the form (theta, sine of theta). The graphs of the sine and cosine functions are known as __________ ___________. Slide: 2 of 10 is 0
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2 The Graph of . .. y = sin x Domain: The key points in one period: Range: Period: Slide: 3 of 10 is 0 The Graph of . .. y = cos x Domain: The key points in one period: Range: Period: Slide: 4 of 10 is 0
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3 Vertical S.C.R. Suppose t is fixed and we have two functions f(x) and v(x) , where Then (t, _________ ) is a point on the graph of f , and (t, _________ ) is a point on the graph of v . Observation
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course MAC 1114 taught by Professor Gentimis during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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L10_blanks - Day 11 Lecture 10 for 2/10/2011 Graphing Sine...

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