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TRIGONOMETRY LESSON FIVE
PART I - PERIOD
The period of a graph is defined as the length of one complete cycle.
This graph has a
period of 2
This graph has a
period of 4
This graph
has a period
of
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Trigonometry Lesson 6
Part I Graphing ABCD
Now that we have looked at all the transformations separately, we can combine them together.
y = asinb( c) d
When drawing a graph from an equation, we must pay

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TRIGONOMETRY LESSON SEVEN
Part I
Graphing Radian Functions
In application questions, when your x-axis is time, distance, or some other unit, you must
do your trig graph in radian mode. Basically, whenev

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Trigonometry Lesson 8:
Part I Ferris Wheels
One of the most common application questions for graphing trigonometric functions involves Ferris wheels,
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Trigonometry Lesson 9
Part I - Graphing Other Trig Functions
Graphing y = tan & y = cot
y = tan
The vertical lines you see are called asymptotes.
They are places where the graph is undefined.
Recall tha

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