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What you sketched there is \cos(x - \frac{\pi}{2})
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What you sketched there is \cos(x - \frac{\pi}{2})
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14a) the +45 is moved to the the left

So +pie /2 is moved to the left

Why is it moved to the right?
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14a) the +45 is moved to the the left

So +pie /2 is moved to the left

Why is it moved to the right?
In your sketch, you moved it to the right when you should've moved it to the left
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In your sketch, you moved it to the right when you should've moved it to the left
How do I move it left? I swear I moved it left because at pie/2 on cos x I shifted it 90 degrees left to 0,0 and 3/2pie I shift it 90 degrees left to pie . So what did i do wrong can u draw it plz
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How do I move it left? I swear I moved it left because at pie/2 on cos x I shifted it 90 degrees left to 0,0 and 3/2pie I shift it 90 degrees left to pie . So what did i do wrong can u draw it plz
Look at the peak of cos(x) at (0, 1). In your sketch it's moved to the right, to (pi/2, 1). To 'move it', you can just imagine moving the y-axis to a different point and calling it 0.
When it comes to sketching graphs, messing around on desmos.com can be quite helpful to build some intuition.
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Look at the peak of cos(x) at (0, 1). In your sketch it's moved to the right, to (pi/2, 1). To 'move it', you can just imagine moving the y-axis to a different point and calling it 0.
When it comes to sketching graphs, messing around on desmos.com can be quite helpful to build some intuition.
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This this right
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This this right
yeah
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