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    Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Graph the following function over a two-period interval. Label every tick mark on the x-axis (pick appropriate value to make your graph fit)

    y = -2sin(1/4x)
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Quote Originally Posted by boltage619 View Post
    Graph the following function over a two-period interval. Label every tick mark on the x-axis (pick appropriate value to make your graph fit)
    y = -2sin(1/4x)
    You could have done this.
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Quote Originally Posted by boltage619 View Post
    Graph the following function over a two-period interval. Label every tick mark on the x-axis (pick appropriate value to make your graph fit)

    y = -2sin(1/4x)
    What difficulty are you having with this? Do you know what the graph of y= sin(x) looks like? Do you know what the period of this function is?
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    What does it mean by over a two-period interval? And im not sure what to label each tick mark as. Ye, i know how the graph of y = sin(x) looks like and isnt the period, 8 pi?
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Quote Originally Posted by boltage619 View Post
    What does it mean by over a two-period interval? And im not sure what to label each tick mark as. Ye, i know how the graph of y = sin(x) looks like and isnt the period, 8 pi?
    Do you have a textbook and/or lecture notes? If so look that up.
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Nope, no textbooks, the lecture notes are just examples, they don't really explain how to do this problem.
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Quote Originally Posted by boltage619 View Post
    Nope, no textbooks, the lecture notes are just examples, they don't really explain how to do this problem.
    If that is the case, it I were I would get the heck out of that course.
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    Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

    Lol, that's why i use mathhelpforum.
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