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# Finding the Equations of Trigonometric Functions - Radians (Part 2)

1. 1
Find an equation of the trigonometric function given:

Maximum =10 and Minimum = -1
Period = $\pi$
Is at the maximum value at 0°
2. 2
Find an equation of the trigonometric function given:

Maximum =7 and Minimum = -3
Period = $\frac{2\pi}{3}$
Is at the minimum value at 0°
3. 3
Find an equation of the trigonometric function given:

Maximum =0 and Minimum = -6
Period = $\frac{\pi}{2}$
Is on the sinusoidal axis at 0°, and then moves towards its maximum value.
4. 4
Find an equation of the trigonometric function given:

Maximum =4 and Minimum = -10
Period = 60
Is at the minimum value at 40

( trigonometry / trig )

$$e=mc^2$$