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y= 2sin(2x-pi/4) find amplitude, period, phase shift, assymptote and graph

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    y = 2sin 2(x - π/8)

    amplitude: 2
    period = 2π/2 = π
    phase shift : π/8 to the right
    no asymptote in a sine curve

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