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the range of y= 2sin(4x)-3

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    The range is the possible y values for the equation.

    Start with the base function. The range of sin(x) is [-1,1].

    However, that is multiplied by 2, giving you [-2,2].

    The function is shifted down 3, so subtract 3: [-5,-1]

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