2.7 Graphs of the Secant and Cosecant Function

2.7 Graphs of the - Graphs of the Secant and Cosecant Function Cosecant Section 2.7 y = sec x sec 3 y = sec x 2 1 A-2 2-1-2 4 y = csc x csc 3 y =

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Unformatted text preview: Graphs of the Secant and Cosecant Function Cosecant Section 2.7 y = sec x sec 3 y = sec x 2 1 A -2 2 -1 -2 4 y = csc x csc 3 y = csc x 2 1 A -2 2 -1 -2 4 For y = a sec b(x +c) + d ; y = a cot b(x +c) + d a vertically stretches or shrinks the graph. The period is 2π. b The phase shift is c units to the left if c > 0. The The phase shift is c units to the right if c < 0. The The vertical shift is d units up if d > 0. The 0. The vertical shift is d units down if d < 0. The Asymptotes Asymptotes The secant function has asymptotes 2n + 1 b( x + c ) = ÷π , if n is an integer . 2 The cosecant function has asymptotes b( x + c) = nπ , if n is an integer . Joke Time Joke What happened to the trigonometry What teacher with amnesia? teacher He lost his identities. What math is discussed between sea What birds? birds? Intergull calculus ...
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