Hello, $\displaystyle y = \frac{1}{3} sin \theta $ for this function would I multiply all the y values by 1/3 ?
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Originally Posted by Tweety Hello, $\displaystyle y = \frac{1}{3} sin \theta $ for this function would I multiply all the y values by 1/3 ? Yes all values of y for thetas of graph of equation $\displaystyle y = sin \theta$ example for cos
Originally Posted by ADARSH Yes all values of y for thetas of graph of equation $\displaystyle y = sin \theta$ An example of y = 10sin(x) what about the graph of $\displaystyle y = sin \frac{1}{3} \theta $ ? Do I multiply all the x values by 3 ? so 90 degrees times 3 etc....?
Originally Posted by Tweety what about the graph of $\displaystyle y = sin \frac{1}{3} \theta $ ? Do I multiply all the x values by 3 ? so 90 degrees times 3 etc....? Here is another example for 4sin(x/3)
I suggest a brief study of this site as well, leave the things that you don't understand , just read the graphs and nearby explanations
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