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# GroupAssignment_Application_V1V2 - MHF4U0 Name Chapter 6...

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MHF 4U0 Name:                                                                                       Chapter 6: trigonometric functions In-class Assignment (v1) Create clear and concise solutions to each of the following problems. You will   be responsible for handing in one copy per group! Ocean Tides At 13:00 p.m. on a certain day, the depth of the water off a pier at high tide is 6 m. After 6 hours,  the depth of was 3 m at low tide. The tides have a 12 hour cycle. a) Graph the height of a buoy above the ocean floor, for a period of 24  hours, if the buoy is released at 16:00 pm.  b) Find the equation representing the height of the buoy. c) Find all the times when the buoy will have the same height as when  it was initially released.  The Clock Problem

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