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im looking to find the period and the starting yvalue of a ferris wheel, the max value is 100, min is 0, amp is 50,
The 'Dragon's Den' is a reality television show where entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas in the hopes of securing an investment from the team of
Explain what kind of transformations are occurring to the trigonometric functions on the graph to make them equivalent expressions. cos(x) = sin (pi/2 + x) 
Using technology, graph the following cofunction identities and identify which functions on the graph are equal. Use a different colour for each function.
a) Create graphs of the following trigonometric functions and upload them to the appropriate dropbox. For each of the graphs, include the key properties of the
Describe how to use both an equivalent trigonometric identity and a diagram to prove that two trigonometric ratios are equivalent. Use the following equivalent
Describe the transformations in each graph. Sketch the graphs of the following functions by hand, using transformations. Show your work (show how the
For each of the graphs in the attachment below, create a function of the form, acos (k ( x  d )) + c or asin ( k ( x  d) ) + c Show all of your calculations.
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