Graphing Trig Functions

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BeTbLog’s Guide to Graphing Trigonometric Functions | 1 Basic sine function: y = sinx Characteristics: Amplitude: 1 Period: Phase Shift: none Vertical Shift: none Domain: Range: y [-1, 1] y-intercept: 0 x-intercept: nπ, n odd continuous not one-to-one increasing at Q1, Q4 decreasing at Q2, Q3 Basic cosine function: y = cosx Characteristics: Amplitude: 1 Period: Phase Shift: none Vertical Shift: none Domain: Range: y [-1, 1] y-intercept: 1 x-intercept: gG ± , n odd even continuous not one-to-one increasing at Q3, Q4 decreasing at Q1, Q2 Basic tangent function: y = tanx Characteristics: Period: π Phase Shift: none Vertical Shift: none VA: x= gG ± ; n odd Domain: x≠ gG ± ; n odd Range: y-intercept: 0 x-intercept: n π, n odd not continuous not one-to-one increasing at all quadrants y=sinx y=sinx y=cosx y=tanx

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BeTbLog’s Guide to Graphing Trigonometric Functions | 2 Basic secant function: y = secx Characteristics:
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## This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course DPSM Math 17 taught by Professor And during the Spring '11 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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