## October 04, 2006

### Scribe Post

Hi there! Just want to repost my thing. I got it posted on a different page.
Mr. K started that day by asking us if we have registered with the four sites that he gave to help us make our blogging better. He also asked us one by one if we have read the "Students made this" and if we agree and if we have any suggestions. After those things, he asked us to get the values of y using the formulas y= sinx and y=cosx (the values of x are shown in the table). After that, he asked us to graph all those values.

y= sin(x)

y=cos(x)

This is the sine and cosine graph:

He also gave us an equation y= AsinB (x-C) +D where D is the sinusoidal axis.

1. Sinusoidal Axis- Horizontal line around which sine and cosine function winds around that line. Also known as vertical shift of the graph or average value of the function.

2. Amplitude- the distance between the sinusoidal axis and the maximum and minimum.

That's all for me now. If you find errors please let me know. Thanks.

#### 1 comment:

1. Nice illustrations to demonstrate the answers to the questions done in class. Thanks for sharing this information.

Mr. Harbeck
Sargent Park School