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, and d: = 0 . 2. Students should click on Graph and enter cos(x) as y 1( x ) and f(x) as y 2( x ) and then Save to Document . Students should then double- click on a: = 1 and adjust a ’s value. For example, let a: = 3. Click out of the Math Box and note the change in the graph. Students should continue adjusting the value of a (positive and negative numbers) until they can make a statement about the effect a has on this graph. Students can enter a list of a values to see multiple graphs by changing a: = {L5,L3,L1,1, 3, 5} . 3. Students should double-click on b: = 1 and adjust b ’s value. For example, let b: = 1/2. Click out of the Math Box and note the change in the graph. Students A c t i v i t y 1 0
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Activity 10: Climate and Temperature: Sinusoidal Models 87 © 2000 T EXAS I NSTRUMENTS I NCORPORATED should continue adjusting the value of b (positive and negative numbers) until they can make a statement about the effect b has on this graph. 4. Students should double-click on c: = 0 and adjust its value. For example, let c: = 3. Click out of the Math Box and note the change in the graph. Students should continue adjusting the value of c (positive and negative numbers)
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