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Calculate the amplitude, period, phase shifts, and 5 points for y=2-sin(2piex/3)

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    Amplitude = 2
    Period = 3
    phase shifts= 2pi/3
    points:
    1. x=0 y=2
    2. x=1 y=1.13397
    3. x=2 y=2.86603
    4. x=3 y=2
    5. x=4 y=1.13397

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