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posted by richard .
Graph three periods of the function. (identify period and phase shift and intercepts)
y = f(x) = √3/2 sin(2x)  1/2 cos(2x)
if you can't graph it can you at least get it into that simpler form which is graph able.

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drwls
That can be rewritten
sin(pi/3)sin 2x  cos(pi/3)cos2x
= cos(2x + pi/3)= cos [2(x + pi/6)]
which is a cosine function with an amplitude of 1, a period of pi and a phase shift of pi/6
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