## What is the period of y =- 3sin 2x?

The period is **π**

## How do you draw sin 2x?

## Which of the following is the amplitude and period of Y 3 sin 2x?

2

## How do you find the period of Y 3sin2x?

The period is given by **2πb=2π2=π** .

## What is the amplitude of y =- 3sin 5x?

Amplitude is **3, period is 2u03c05 , and the phase shift is 0 or (0, 0).**

## What is the period of Y sin2x?

The final answer is **0 0 . Find the point at xu03c04 x u03c0 4 . Replace the variable x x with u03c04 u03c0 4 in the expression.**

## How do you draw a sine function?

## What is the period of Y 3 sin 2x?

The period is **π**

## How do you find the amplitude of Y 3 Sinx?

David Y. The amplitude of **yu22123sinx is 3. Amplitude is the height of a periodic function, aka the distance from the center of the wave to it’s highest point (or lowest point). You can also take the distance from the highest point to the lowest point of the graph and divide it by two.**

## What is the amplitude of Y is equal to 3 sin 4 Theta?

The amplitude is the absolute value of the coefficient of the sine function. Hence, the amplitude is **4**

## What is the amplitude of Y 2cos3x?

For this function, the amplitude is **2** , giving the oscillation between −2 and 2 , and the cycle period is 2π3≈2.09 .

## What is the amplitude of Y is equal to 3 Sin 4 Theta?

## What is the amplitude of 3sin?

David Y. The amplitude of **yu22123sinx is 3. Amplitude is the height of a periodic function, aka the distance from the center of the wave to it’s highest point (or lowest point).**

## How do you find the amplitude of Y?

The amplitude of y**asin(x) and yacos(x) represents half the distance between the maximum and minimum values of the function.**

## What is the period of 3sin5x?

Therefore, the period would be **2**(pi)/5.

## What is the period of Sinx sin2x?

The common period should be the least multiple of the 2 periods. The period of f(x) sin x is **2Pi, the period of f(x) sin 2x is Pi, then their common period is 2Pi.**

## How do you solve y sin2x?

## How do you draw a sine equation?

**How to Graph a Sine Function**

- Find the values for domain and range. No matter what you put into the sine function, you get an answer as output, because.
- Calculate the graph’s x-intercepts.
- Calculate the graph’s maximum and minimum points.
- Sketch the graph of the function.

## How do you find the period of 3sin2x?

The final answer is **0 0 . Find the point at xu03c04 x u03c0 4 . Replace the variable x x with u03c04 u03c0 4 in the expression.**

## How do you find the amplitude of a sine graph?

In other words, the amplitude is half the distance from the lowest value to the highest value. In the sine and cosine equations, **the amplitude is the coefficient (multiplier) of the sine or cosine**. For example, the amplitude of y = sin x is 1. To change the amplitude, multiply the sine function by a number.

## What is the amplitude of Y Sinx?

In the sine and cosine equations, the amplitude is the coefficient (multiplier) of the sine or cosine. For example, the amplitude of **y = sin x is 1**.

## What is the period of Y 3 Sinx?

Find the period of 3sin(x) 3 sin ( x ) . The period of the function can be calculated using **2u03c0|b| 2 u03c0 | b | . Replace b b with 1 1 in the formula for period. The absolute value is the distance between a number and zero.**

## What is the amplitude of a function?

The final answer is **0 0 . Find the point at xu03c04 x u03c0 4 . Replace the variable x x with u03c04 u03c0 4 in the expression.**

## What is the amplitude of y =- 3sin4x?

The amplitude is the absolute value of the coefficient of the sine function. Hence, the amplitude is **4**

## What is the amplitude of the sine function y sin 4x?

Amplitude = **1** and period = π2