Hello, My fractions skills aren't that great, I was wondering if someone could help me figure this out. I'm trying to graph y=sin1/2(x+pi/4) I'm stuck the the End Period... Problem: How do I subtract this? (2pi) - (pi/4) Thanks -Mark
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Originally Posted by l flipboi l Hello, My fractions skills aren't that great, I was wondering if someone could help me figure this out. I'm trying to graph y=sin1/2(x+pi/4) I'm stuck the the End Period... Problem: How do I subtract this? (2pi) - (pi/4) common denominator ... (8pi/4) - (pi/4) = ? what do you hope to figure out by subtracting from ?
Originally Posted by skeeter what do you hope to figure out by subtracting from ? Thanks....7pi/4, I'm hoping to find the End Period of the graph
Originally Posted by l flipboi l Thanks....7pi/4, I'm hoping to find the End Period of the graph ... the period of is , not
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