6.4.Day1_Transformations_Primary

6.4.Day1_Transformations_Primary - phase shift: equation of...

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Lesson_6.4_Transformations_Primary.notebook y = sin θ 6.4 Transformations of the Primary Trig Functions Example 1 Graph each fn for one period a) y = 2 sin(3 θ ) + 1 mapping Example 1 Graph each fn for one period b) y = -3 cos(0.5( θ­ ) ) mapping y = cos θ
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Lesson_6.4_Transformations_Primary.notebook Example 1 Graph the tangent fn for the interval θ∈ [0, 2 π ] c) y = - tan( θ+ ) - 2 mapping y = tan θ In general , for y = sinθ and y = cosθ y = tanθ y=a sink(θ-d)+c has: y=a tan k(θ-d)+c has: amplitude: period:
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Unformatted text preview: phase shift: equation of axis: Max value min value Lesson_6.4_Transformations_Primary.notebook Example 2 i) Fill in the chart. ii) Find the equation using a sine function. a) amp = 5 EAO y = 2 period = 5 /6 b) amp = 1/2 EAO y = -1 period = 4 phase shift /6 left Example 3 Find the equation of each graph given. a) Lesson_6.4_Transformations_Primary.notebook b) Page 343 #1 (pair share), 3, 4ab, 5, 6bc, 7ab(no graph), 8ad Homework...
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