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    how to find the phase shift??

    ok i think im pretty good with finding the phase shift on a graph and in the equation when shown... but when a question asks "determine the sine function given the amp, period and etc" how are u suppose to find the phase shift algebraically?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hungzai View Post
    ok i think im pretty good with finding the phase shift on a graph and in the equation when shown... but when a question asks "determine the sine function given the amp, period and etc" how are u suppose to find the phase shift algebraically?
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