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April 24, 2014

Posted by **Functions** on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 8:40pm.

my base curve is specifications:

x value-0 to 6.19

amplitude-0.77

amplitude coordinates-3.73,0.77

x intercepts-0,0 and 6.19 , 0

this is my curve and i have to make a equation and include transformations to make this equation ax3+bx2+cx fit that curve

- Math, 11 -
**Damon**, Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 9:06pmx (x-6.19) (x+a) = 0

when x = 3.73, y = .77

3.73 (3.73-6.19)(x+a) = .77

3.73 (-2.46)(x+a) = .77

x+a = - .0949

a = .0949 call it .095

so

(x^2-6.19x)(x+.095) = 0

x^3 -6.19x^2 +.095x - .587 = y

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