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posted by Jasmine .
I need help with finding the amplitude, period, and the interval.
y=43cos(xpi)

The amplitude is 3.
The x interval between maxima is 2 pi.
It makes no sense to talk about a time period, since there is no t in the equation. Did you leave it out by mistake?
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