Another trig question i'm not getting right is the following:
"A population of animals oscillates sinusoidally between a low of 300 on January 1 and a high of 1200 on July 1. Graph the population against time and use your graph to find a formula for the population P as a function of time t, in months since the start of the year. Assume that the period of P is one year."
From that, I plugged in the following variables to the formula f(t) = Asin(B(t+h))+C
A = ((1200-300)/2) = 450
period = 12m --> 2π/B = 12, B = π/6
h (right horizontal shift) = -3
c (upwards vertical shift) = 750
and I got
f(t) = 450sin( π/6(t-3)+750
which looks fine on my calculator, but is wrong according to my h/w. I can't seem to find where I messed up, or of I am missing something entirely.
Any help is greatly appreciated.