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Need help on this one... Please share your ideas.. Much appreciated.

Kingston

New member
Trig Problem.jpg
 

MarkFL

Super Moderator
Staff member
I would begin by identifying some critical data, such as amplitude, period, phase shift and vertical translation. Which of these have you found?
 

Jomo

New member
Hi. Do you really think that we are going to do your work for you? You need to show us what you tried so we can see where you are going wrong. If you do not give us anything to work with with then no one here is going to work with you.
 

Kingston

New member
Figured it out

Figured it out. Thanks
 

Otis

Member
My starting point would be converting given days lengths from hours+minutes to hours; this helps, for calculating the amplitude.

For example: 4 hr 33 min is 4.55 hr :cool:
 
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