Hi, How do you determine the domain of a trigonometric function? For example: y = 4cos3(x+1)-3 Thanks!
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as the function is defined for all x
Originally Posted by pickslides as the function is defined for all x Thank you! Would the domain equal real numbers for most of these kinds of functions?
Most of them. A function such as would have a domain of , and a function like would have a domain of all reals except at x = 0. 01
Originally Posted by stouffie Thank you! Would the domain equal real numbers for most of these kinds of functions? what Yeongil said!
Originally Posted by yeongil Most of them. A function such as would have a domain of , and a function like would have a domain of all reals except at x = 0. 01 thanks for your help!
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