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y = 3sec3x
Amplitude =_________
Period = __________
Shift along x = ____________
Shift along y = _____________
Kind of reflection = ______________

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    Amplitude =__3_______
    Period = ___2π/3_______
    Shift along x = ___none_________
    Shift along y = _____none________
    Kind of reflection = ____reflect in y-axis__________

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