How do you enter a complete sine function on a ti-83. Thanks
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Goto 'Y=' type in 'SIN' 'X' and push 'Graph' , adjust your window accordingly.
Thanks but I mean how do you enter asin(bx + c)+d. Where abcd can be any values.
Originally Posted by anthonye Thanks but I mean how do you enter asin(bx + c)+d. Where abcd can be any values. You can't, you need to fix a,b,c & d to graph the function. The TI-83 only allows for one unknown, that is x.
I mean how do you enter a complete sine function its where do the brackets go in a complete sine function
You can enter then into the 'Y=' part just as you have shown in post #3, although you will need fix values for a,b,c, & d.
Yes I know where to enter them its how ie 3sin(2pix + 2) + 4 are the brackets right.
If your period is $\displaystyle 2\pi$ then maybe its $\displaystyle 3\sin2\pi (x + 2) + 4$ ? Hard to know without seeing the actual question.
Ok so theres no standard way then also a bracket comes up as soon as you hit sin it comes up like sin(
so you cant enter sin 2pi( 2pi would be in the bracket.
Originally Posted by anthonye Ok so theres no standard way then also a bracket comes up as soon as you hit sin it comes up like sin( Yep, then insert an extra pair, i.e sin(b(x+c))
ok thanks think i'm there got to go thank you pickslides.
I don't know the complete value of sine function.
Originally Posted by kraj8995 I don't know the complete value of sine function. If you mean you don't know what anthonye means by "complete sine function", then look at post #3 where he explains what he means.
Originally Posted by anthonye Thanks but I mean how do you enter asin(bx + c)+d. Where abcd can be any values. $\displaystyle y = 4\sin[3(x + 2)] + 1$
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