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Section 1: Modeling with the Sine Function

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In the following graphs, the first-named function appears in red; the second-named function in yellow.

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15. $f(x) = 1 + \sin(2πx)$ |
17. $f(x) = 1.5\sin(4π(x−0.25))$ |
19. $f(x) = 50\sin(π(x−5)/10) − 50$ |

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