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    Trig. Graphing Transformations

    Been a while since I graphed. I'm not able to post the graphs I got so maybe someone can give me a general idea of what it would look like so I can see what I have on paper is correct.

    y=2-arccos(-1/2x+1)

    y=-arctan(x-1)- π/2

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddycakes View Post
    Been a while since I graphed. I'm not able to post the graphs I got so maybe someone can give me a general idea of what it would look like so I can see what I have on paper is correct.

    y=2-arccos(-1/2x+1)

    y=-arctan(x-1)- π/2

    Thanks in advance.
    Here are some graphs for you.

    Trig. Graphing Transformations-asin.jpg

    Trig. Graphing Transformations-atan.jpg

    Here is a link to download this Free software "Graph"

    It is a great program.

    Graph

    P.s It isn't really clear what the function is for the 1st one some a made my best guess.

    I hope this helps
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