# Thread: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

1. ## 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)

2. ## Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

Originally Posted by boltage619
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.

3. ## Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

Originally Posted by boltage619
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?

4. ## 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?

5. ## Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

Originally Posted by boltage619
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.

6. ## 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.

7. ## Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

Originally Posted by boltage619
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.

8. ## Re: Graph the following function over a two-period interval.

Lol, that's why i use mathhelpforum.