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Graph y=-2sin(x/2-pi/2)+3

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    We don't provide graphical answwers here.

    Your graph will oscillate with amplitude 2 above and below the y = 3 line.

    -sin(x/2 - pi/2)= cos(x/2)
    will help you simplify the equation

    The wave length for one oscillation is 4 pi

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