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# how does a graph of sin(y)=sin(x) look like watch

1. Could use some help here.
2. (Original post by Sanjith Hegde123)
Could use some help here.
Any thoughts? Clearly points on the line y=x must be part of the graph.
3. Also note that where n is an integer.
4. (Original post by Notnek)
Any thoughts? Clearly points on the line y=x must be part of the graph.
yes i already had that in mind.. but dont know where to go from there...

can we work in degrees pls i dont like radians
5. (Original post by Sanjith Hegde123)
yes i already had that in mind.. but dont know where to go from there...

can we work in degrees pls i dont like radians
As said by B_9710, you have for

So is the extension of what notnek said.

Also realise that when , so...?
6. (Original post by Sanjith Hegde123)
Could use some help here.
If you reflect the function in the line , the resulting graph is described by . What result do you get if you do this reflection on the function in question?
7. (Original post by Sanjith Hegde123)
yes i already had that in mind.. but dont know where to go from there...

can we work in degrees pls i dont like radians
What kind of maniac uses degrees as a measure of angle?

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