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cooljammer00
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i'm studying for the Math B Regents in NYC, and I have no idea what the hell this is. It's been so long since I had the class.

i hear something about 2 pi, but what is that?

http://www.nysedregents.org/testing/mathre/regentmathb.html

http://www.nysedregents.org/testing/mathre/b806.pdf

for reference

i hear something about 2 pi, but what is that?

http://www.nysedregents.org/testing/mathre/regentmathb.html

http://www.nysedregents.org/testing/mathre/b806.pdf

for reference

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Amplitude = |A|

Period = (2pi/B)

Phase Shift = C/B (IIRC, it might be just C).

So in this case it would be

[spoiler:31469e0d09]

Period = (2pi/(1/3))

which would equal 6pi [/spoiler:31469e0d09]

mrcheesypantson[spoiler:52749a00ab]The 2 has nothing to do with the period. It's the amplitude, which means that the peaks and troughs will be twice as high as a normal sine graph.[/spoiler:52749a00ab]

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Close. If you have sin bx (for variable x and some constant b), the period is 2*pi / b. It makes sense if you think about it. That is, dividing x by three uses values of x closer to the y-axis, so the period is longer (it takes smaller x values, so it takes longer to get through a whole cycle).

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