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Homework Help: Math

Posted by Doug on Monday, September 28, 2009 at 11:07pm.

The number of daylight hours in a day is harmonic. Suppose that in a particular location, the shortest day of the year has 7 hours of daylight and the longest day of the year has 18 hours. Then, we can model its motion with the function N=Asin(Bt) + C where t is expressed in days and A, B > 0. Find A and B, using 365 days for one year.

I need to find what A, B, and C equal. Thanks.

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