State the amplitude, period and phase shift of y = 3 cos(x-pi)?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    In a sinusoidal function a*sin(bx - phi), where sin can be replaced by cos, the amplitude is a, the period is 2*pi/b, and the phase shift is phi. Inspection shows that your a is 3, b is 1, and phi is pi, so that should be enough for you to solve.

  • 1 decade ago

    the amplitude of this equation is 3, period is 2pi, and phase change is pi

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