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    Graphs of Trigonometric functions

    How do you find the horizontal translation of a trigonometric function (that's on a graph) that has been transformed? (cos and sine only)
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    sin(x-a) is sin(x) shifted by a units. From a graph you can use any point on the two graphs to find a
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