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Ch 6 Review Velocity Unit Circle Conversions (Radians and Degrees) Graphs of the 6 Trig Functions
Change 200⁰ to radians
Change to radians
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Use your Unit Circle to find the following:
Write the equation of a sine functions with an amplitude of 4, period, phase shift -2π and vertical shift -1.
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