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L13_prt1_blanks - Day 15 Lecture 13 for Graphing other Trig...

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1 Day 15 Lecture 13 for 2/24/2011 Graphing other Trig. Functions Recap! All transformed trig functions have a form analogous to: Remember, you can find all the key information before you ever start graphing, like … Min. y-coordinates: Start of 1-cycle: Mid. Y--coordinates: End of 1-cycle: Max. y-coordinates: Notation: A ___ or ___ superscript is special calculus notation. Let c be a fixed number. Then… c + , read out loud as from the right , means _________ to c but strictly _____________. c - , read out loud as from the left , means _________ to c but strictly _____________. Slide: 2of 14 is 0

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2 Reciprocal Functions Observe that… Realization : “The ____________ a number gets to zero, the ____________ in magnitude the reciprocal becomes.” Thus, many “math geeks” consider a division by ________ to represent _______________ (which can be positive, negative, or both). For graphs, this means the x-intercepts on one graph are _______________to a vertical asymptotes on the other. Slide: 3of 14 is 0 Cosecant and Secant Fill in the following tables using the given identities and information from the last slide.
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