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    one more quick question

    when dealing with trig graphs, i understand that the frequency of the graph is the amount of cycles between 0 and 2pi.

    how would you figure out the frequency if the graph given goes from like 0 to .8? in other words the numbers on the x axis are not shown with pi and instead just numerical

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovemath15 View Post
    when dealing with trig graphs, i understand that the frequency of the graph is the amount of cycles between 0 and 2pi.

    how would you figure out the frequency if the graph given goes from like 0 to .8? in other words the numbers on the x axis are not shown with pi and instead just numerical

    thanks
    If you have N cycles in t, then you will have N.(2 pi)/t in 2pi.

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