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Unformatted text preview: Y= 2 sin 2x Using a Function to Graph Its Inverse Using a Function to Graph Its Inverse Example First graph y=sin 2x then graph its reciprocal function. Example First graph y=2cos 2 x then graph its reciprocal function. π The Six Curves of Trigonometry (a) (b) (c) (d) This is the graph of which function? f(x)=csc x f(x)=cot x f(x)= cot x f(x)=sec x(a) (b) (c) (d) Find the reciprocal cosecant or secant function for the given graph. 3 csc x 3 csc 2x 3 csc 4x 3 sec 2x...
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 Fall '11
 jayjohn
 3 sec, Inverse function

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