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2.17: Trigonometric Identities and Equations

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Trigonometric General Equations

The trigonometric general equations are y=D \pm A \cos(B(x \pm C)) or y=D \pm A \sin(B(x \pm C)), where A is the amplitude, B is the frequency, C is the horizontal translation, and D is the vertical translation.

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