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Module 1: Graphs of ciruclar functions

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Graphs of the form y=Asin(a(x+b))+B and y=Acos(a(x+b))+B

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Intermediate Mathematics - Graphs of the form y=Asin(a(x+b))+B and
y=Acos(a(x+b))+B

Graphs of the form y=Asin(a(x+b))+B and y=Acos(a(x+b))+B

Dilations of Graphs

Dilations of Graphs

These graphs can be 'built up' by applying a sequence of transformations
to a standard sine or cosine graph. The transformation principles are
exactly the same regardless of the type of function being considered. The
sequence of animations on the left may help you to review some of these
principles.

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