precalculus
posted by tom .
how to find the max and min of a sine function?
For the maximum, do you do midline+ amplitude?
For the midline Amplitude?
f(x)= 7cosx + 15
Max is 15+7=22
min is 157= 8

precalculus 
Scott
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