Posted by **Alex** on Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 1:49am.

Two consecutive days of the week experience a maximum temperature of 90 degrees F at 1:00pm and a minimum temperature of 44 degrees F at 1:00am. Write a cosine equation measured in house that would model this behavior. Let x=0 represent 1:00pm on the first day.

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