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What is the amplitude of y = (3sinx/2) + 4?
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  1. Damon

    y = (3sinx/2) + 4

    If you mean
    y = 3 sin (x/2) + 4
    the amplitude is 3
    It goes up from 4 to 7 when the sine is +1 and down from 4 to 1 when the sine function is -1

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