I am having trouble graphing these functions
y=cot(1-pi/2)
I know the period is pi
the phase shift is pi/2
But I cannot understand how to graph it
the second function I am having trouble graphing is
y=csc(2+pi)-3
I know the period is pi
the phase shift is -pi/2
and the vertical shift is -3
But I do not understand how to graph it either
Can anyone help me graph these functions please?
Yes I did not put the symbol you typed before x because I am not sure how to make that symbol with my keyboard that symbol you typed that look like an o I am not sure what it is called. That is the symbol that goes next to my 1 and 2 in the function sorry.
Ah I see the trouble I am having is that I am not sure how to use the phase shift on the cot function. I know the asymptotes of a regular cot function the only thing I am not sure is how to apply the phase shift. For example on the first one I know the phase shift is pi/2 and the period is pi. So would I start at pi/2 and end at 3pi/2 in order to complete the function? The thing is that the cot of pi/2 is zero then the cot of the next one 3pi/4 is negative 1 so I am kind of confused on how to make the phase shift.