Chapter 13 More Trigonometry

# 13.9 Transforming Trigonometric Graphs 2

The sine and cosine curves are identical in shapes but ã€–90ã€—^Â° â€˜out of phaseâ€™, meaning that you can shift one horizontally to get the other. In this section, we learn about transforming trigonometric graphs.

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The sine and Â cosine curves are identical in shapes but Â â€˜out of phaseâ€™, meaning that you can shift one horizontally to get the other.Â In this section, we learn about transforming trigonometric graphs.

Recognising how changes in a function affect trigonometric graphs.

Transforming Trigonometric Graphs 2 - Transforming Trigonometric Graphs