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Trigonometry: Graphing Trigonometric Functions With Vertical Translations

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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (2:03)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (2:11)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (3:03)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (2:50)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (3:13)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Use the graph of a trigonometric function to sketch the graph of the equation without plotting points.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (3:08)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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