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Posted by **Kate** on Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 6:58am.

Please explain this to me so that I can do it myself.

- Math-please help!! -
**Reiny**, Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 8:05amInterpretation #1: you want to keep those same x values

sub in the x values of the original points:

(0,0) ---> y = 2sin(-120) + 5 = 2(√3/2) + 5 = √3 + 5

(0,0) ----> (0, √3+5)

for (90,1)

y = 2sin(150) + 5 = 2(1/2) + 5 = 6

(90,1) ----( 90,6)

you do the last one.

Interpretation #2: You are looking for the 3 points that describe the start value, the max value, then back to the start value, (half a period)

change the equation to y = 2 sin 3(x - 40) + 5

that tells me that the curve y = 2 sin 3x has been moved horizontally 40° to the right and up 5

so the period is 360°/3 = 120°

So I would make my "key point" values of x equal to

40, 70, 100

(notice that a complete period would be shown using the x values of 40, 70, 100, 130)

let x=40, y = 2 sin 3(40-40) + 5 = 0+5 = 5

(0,0) --- (40,5)

let x = 70 , y = 2 sin 3(70-40) + 5 = 2(1) + 5 = 7

(90,1) ----> (70,7)

you try the last one