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Unformatted text preview: MAC 1114: Finding a Formula from a Gragh Find exact values for a, b, e, and (1 so that the graph of y = e + a sin (b(x — d)) would iook like the following. Then find an equivalent formula using y = e + a cos(i3(x — (1)) . Also identify any other high points, low points, or median points with appropriate coordinates. 1. The given points are a high and a low. Sine formula: Cosine formula: ~35 . . . . (mafia) . 2. The given points are a high and a median. Sine formula: Cosine formula: ...
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