L11_blanks - Day 12 Lecture 11 for Graphing Sine and Cosine with V/H SCR is 0 Slide 2 of 14 Vertical S.C.R Suppose t is fixed and we have two

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1 Day 12 Lecture 11 for 2/15/2011 Graphing Sine and Cosine, with V/H SCR 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 : “If a function is multiplied by a number, then the y- coordinates of points on the new graph are the y-coordinates of points on the old graph multiplied by the _________ number .” Experiment : On the next slide, we will look at a random function’s graph and examine 1) How _________ points are to the x and y axes. 2) On which _________of an axes do points lie. Slide: 2 of 14 is 0
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2 Vertical S.C.R. - Experiment The graph of and the ____ cases of a . Slide: 3 of 14 is 0 Vertical S.C.R. - Conclusion Closeness to the x-axis depends on the ____________ of a, not the ________ of a . Similarly, the side of x-axis [points lay on] depends on the ________ of a , not the ____________ of a . Summarized
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L11_blanks - Day 12 Lecture 11 for Graphing Sine and Cosine with V/H SCR is 0 Slide 2 of 14 Vertical S.C.R Suppose t is fixed and we have two

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