# Difference between revisions of "005 Sample Final A, Question 19"

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## Revision as of 18:21, 2 June 2015

**Question ** Consider the following function,

- a. What is the amplitude?
- b. What is the period?
- c. What is the phase shift?
- d. What is the vertical shift?
- e. Graph one cycle of f(x). Make sure to label five key points.

- a. What is the amplitude?

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1) For parts (a) - (d), How do we read the relevant information off of |

2) What are the five key points when looking at |

Answer: |

1) The amplitude is A, the period is , the horizontal shift is left by C units if C is positive and right by C units if C is negative, the vertical shift is up by D if D is positive and down by D units if D is negative. |

2) The five key points are |

Solution:

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We can read off the answers for (a) - (d): |

Amplitude: -1, period: , phase shift: Left by and vertical shift up by 1. |

Step 2: |
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The five key points for the graph are |

Step 3: |
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Now plot the five key points and sketch a graph that looks like the graph through those points. |

Final Answer: |
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The final solution is the portion of the graph that below and inside |

The region we are referring to is shaded both blue and red. |