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posted by Anonymous
2y=cos(4(t6))+6

Reiny
what about it?
here is a picture of it
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y%3D%281%2F2%29cos%284%28t6%29%29%2B6 
Anonymous
the 4 is supposed to be 8, but im trying to find the amplitude, midline, and period. Sorry forgot to put that.
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